We are seeking a biological technician to conduct avian point counts this summer as part of a state-wide wildlife monitoring and management initiative in Alabama. The project is being coordinated in collaboration between Auburn University, the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, and the U.S. Geological Survey. Primary responsibilities include conducting avian point counts and vegetation sampling. Other duties will include data entry, database management, and maintenance of field equipment and vehicles. Candidates must be prepared and able to work under challenging environmental conditions which include exposure to elements such as heat, humidity, and presence of wildlife and biting insects. Technicians will be provided with field housing at hotels and AirBnbs througho

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