This position will support aquatic organism passage and restoration throughout northeast Wisconsin and the western Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The intern will assist U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service biologists through field surveys on road-stream crossings to measure and identify barriers to aquatic organism passage. The primary responsibility of this internship will be to travel to different watersheds, some in remote locations, to complete road-stream crossing inventories using the Great Lakes Road Stream Crossing Inventory method. These surveys will help prioritize restoration efforts to restore habitat connectivity, migration pathways for aquatic organisms, water quality, and infrastructure safety. Surveys will be conducted in day trips. Some locations may be remote with a need for hi

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