January 1, 2013 12 Responses

RINS Workshops

RINS workshops are held each year prior to the beginning of the field season to provide training, updates, and pertinent information for new and returning volunteers to successfully master the skills involved in monitoring nesting raptors.

Attending one Spring Workshop is mandatory for both new volunteers and all returning volunteers. Attending the Field Training Workshop is required for all new volunteers, and highly recommended for first and second year volunteers. All returning volunteers are welcome to attend the Field Training Workshop anytime.

The 2018 RINS Workshops will be held on the following dates and locations:

Moab Spring Workshop – January 30, 2018

Monticello Spring Workshop – January 31, 2018

Cedar City Spring Workshop – February 7, 2018

Salt Lake Spring Workshop I – February 24, 2018

Salt Lake Spring Workshop II – March 3, 2018

Salt Lake Field Training Workshop March 10, 2018
This workshop is required for new volunteers. You will receive your assignment and Quad Notebook and receive additional hands-on-training to accomplish the fieldwork RINS volunteers perform. This workshop is great for 2nd year volunteers as well to brush up on their fieldwork skills. All returning RINS volunteers are invited to attend ANYTIME to brush up on your fieldwork skills and raptor ID skills. Plus you are great resources for our new volunteers.

Fillmore Spring Workshop – March 13, 2018

Vernal Spring Workshop – March 20, 2018

Price Spring Workshop – March 27, 2018

GPS Workshop (Salt Lake) – March 17, 2018

Botany Field Trip (Salt Lake) – April 28, 2018

Current volunteers will receive email updates with times and addresses for the workshops.

If you are interested in becoming a RINS Volunteer, visit the Volunteer page (link at top of page) and provide your name and email address and enter any questions or comments, etc. We will be in contact with you to answer any questions, and get you prepared to attend a workshop!

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  1. Bryan Larsen on February 22, 2013, 10:50 am Reply

    I’d like to attend one of the upcoming workshops.

  2. Annalee Jerolamon on February 16, 2014, 11:41 am Reply

    I would like to attend this workshop and find out how to become a surveyor.
    thanks

  3. Brittany kingsley on January 31, 2017, 10:38 am Reply

    I would like to attend the workshop today and likely become a volunteer on the program. Where is the workshop held?
    Thank you, Britta

  4. Sven Solvik on February 27, 2017, 1:03 pm Reply

    Please send info. on signing up for upcoming workshop.
    Thank you.

  5. Tom Stephan on December 10, 2017, 1:08 pm Reply

    Hello,
    I am contacting you to mention that I have recorded a number of Goshawk nesting sites in an around the town of Heber and Strawberry reservoir 30 years ago. I would be interested to see if those nests have been impacted.
    I have forty years of falconry related nesting site location that includes all native species from Sharp Shinned hawks to Golden Eagles.
    I was a certified arborist and climbed thousands of trees and have taught dozens of people to climb them safely.
    I on occasion, have worked as a field biologist performing quantitative bird analyses for the U.S Air Force and in the private sector.
    If I can be of service, please do contact me.
    Thank you, Tom Stephan.

  6. Rachel brown on January 13, 2018, 9:05 am Reply

    I’m interested in the spring Salt Lake workshops

  7. Karen Painter on January 20, 2018, 3:19 pm Reply

    Hi,
    I would love to learn how we can sign up to volunteer. My son loves Raptors. We have been on a few expeditions with Hawkwatch, International. Please let us know what we need to do to volunteer.

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