St. Andrews Bird Banding Station (StABBS) has been catching and banding songbirds since June 1989. Over the past 34 years, over 27 000 birds representing 103 species have been banded. These totals make it the longest running, most productive bird banding station in New Brunswick. StABBS is the only New Brunswick contributor to the nation-wide CMMN songbird monitoring program and has been monitoring the Fall songbird migration on an annual basis since 2001. One can expect to catch a good variety of warblers, sparrows, flycatchers, vireos and thrushes, even the odd northern rarity at this small 12-net Station. One to two experienced bird banders are needed for the fall migration monitoring project at St. Andrews Bird Banding Station. Banders must have experience extracting birds from m

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