Recent news and events at ABR. 

ABR is hiring! Wildlife Technician needed now. Apply ASAP!

ABR has an immediate opening for a Wildlife Technician (seasonal) to support various field studies at project locations in Alaska. Work may include surveys of passerines, frogs, raptors, fish, caribou, and seabirds as well as vegetation studies and desktop work between field stints. An ability to work on a wide range of studies and experience with fish studies, avian studies, and/or aerial surveys is preferred. The position is based in our Fairbanks, Alaska, office. Please select the link below to view the pdf for details.

A Field Guide to ABR: Julie Parrett

For our next entry in a series featuring some of the fantastic employees at ABR, we would like to introduce you to Research Biologist, Julie Parrett. 

The 20th Annual Alaska Forum on the Environment, February 12-16

The Alaska Forum on the Environment is happening in Anchorage this week, and ABR Senior Scientists John Seigle and Sue Bishop are attending and presenting. John presented on the opening day of the conference with an overview of the Colville River Delta Arctic Cisco Fall Fishery. Sue will be presenting on Thursday at 2:00 pm on 'Thirty Years of Land Rehabilitation on the North Slope--What Have We Learned?' AFE provides a wide range of topics and perspectives on the environmental issues and challenges we face in Alaska. We hope you get a chance to attend part of the conference, if you see us, stop and say "hello"!

ABoVE Science Team Meeting

ABR Senior Scientists, J.J. Frost and Matthew Macander attended the 4th ABoVE Science Team Meeting last week in Seattle to meet with collaborators, share results from the work completed so far, and get updates on what other teams are doing.

A Field Guide to ABR: Robert McNown

We are beginning a new series this year featuring some of the fantastic employees at ABR. We are very excited to start the series by profiling Research Biologist, Robert McNown.

ABR's triple bottom line: "Environmental stewardship, social responsibility, and economic viability"