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Alumni Program

Welcome to the Point Blue/PRBO Alumni Program! This program is focused on former interns, volunteers, and staff from our Palomarin Field Station in the National Park Service’s Point Reyes National Seashore (Palo) and our Southeast Farallon Island research site in the US Fish & Wildlife Service’s Farallon Islands National Wildlife Refuge (SEFI), but all Point Blue Alumni are invited to participate.

Who is Eligible?

Anyone who has worked and/or volunteered (officially or unofficially) at Point Blue, especially at our Palomarin field station and/or our Southeast Farallon Island research station.

What does Alumni Membership get you?

Invitations to special events, electronic newsletter updates for Palo or SEFI alumni, access to an Alumni Directory so you can get in touch with old friends, networking opportunities, and a one-year special reduced rate membership to Point Blue.

Ready to sign up?

Visit this link and take a few moment to fill out our online membership form.

Need Help?

If you need more information, or have questions please contact Diana Humple Email: dhumple@pointblue.org Avian Ecologist, Banding Coordinator, Oil Spill Response Coordinator, Palomarin Project Lead.

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