Are you interested in monitoring bluebird nest boxes? Attend our Spring Volunteer Workshop to learn about PBRP and what monitoring is all about.
We monitor nest box routes mainly in Clackamas, Washington, and Yamhill Counties. Monitor responsibilities include field work, data collection, and reporting during the April-August nesting season. Click here for more information about monitoring.
CURRENT OPENINGS: We have available routes in the Oregon City area, on Parrett Mtn Road, and in Washington County west of Sherwood.
When: Saturday, February 29, 2020 from 9:30am-noon
Where: Champoeg State Heritage Area
[PBRP will cover parking fees]
Are you interested in monitoring bluebird nest boxes? Come to our Spring Volunteer Workshop to learn how you can become a Nest Box Monitor. You’ll learn about our organization and meet returning volunteers.
We monitor nest box routes in the countryside around the suburbs south of Portland, such as Sherwood, Newberg, Dundee, Scholls, Laurel, Farmington, Wilsonville, Oregon City, Beavercreek, and Canby. Monitor responsibilities include field work and data collection during the April-August nesting season.
Our 2020 Spring Volunteer Workshop is now full, and registration is closed. Thank you for your interest in PBRP.