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Dear birder and EBN-member,
Are you (or do you know someone) interested in working at Kvismare Bird
Observatory? We need personnel from the beginning of April until the end of
September 2004. Work during spring mainly consists of making inventories of
different species, such as wetland species, Marsh Harrier, and Penduline
Tit. Between the end of June and the end of September ringing is carried out
at three different sites (reed beds and shrub lands). Mostly we catch
breeding and migrating passerines.
The bird observatory is situated at 59.14 N / 15.24 E near Örebro, about 200
kilometres west of Stockholm, the capital of Sweden. You live in a house
located a couple of hundred metres from one of the lakes. Kvismaren is a
classical Swedish area for birding, a nature reserve with lakes, reed beds
and agricultural landscape. 276 bird species have been observed in the area.
For ringing or making inventories you make SEK 650-850/week. The wages
depend on how long you stay. As the observatory's warden/local manager you
make SEK 750-950/week. As a ringer's assistant you make SEK 450/week. (SEK
100 = Euro 11.00, 18th of January 2005.)
The trip fare is paid on your own expense, while the accommodation is free.
Normally we cook together and the food then costs about SEK 40/day. It is
required that you speak English in order to work at Kvismare Bird
Does this interest you? Please contact me (preferably by e-mail, see address
below, do NOT click "reply") a.s.a.p. You can find some more information
about Kvismare Bird Observatory on our website http://www.kvismaren.org
Best regards from Sweden,
Martin Stervander, staff manager
SE-223 59 Lund
Phone: +46 (0)46 37 27 70