The primary responsibly of this position is to conduct standardized searches for bird and bat carcasses beneath wind turbines. Successful candidates must be able to work in a rural field setting, work well both independently and with others, and follow field and data entry protocols. Previous experience conducting carcass searches is preferred. Training will be provided. An average workweek will be approximately 40 hours (four to five days per week), though some weeks will require shorter or longer hours depending on seasonal objectives.

Responsibilities include:

  • Post-construction monitoring surveys.
  • Participation in carcass persistence and searcher efficiency trials.
  • Field and in-hand (via specimen) identification, aging, and sexing of bird a

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