The successful candidate will help develop and manage a large, national project that engages land managers, biologists, researchers, and community scientists in effective conservation science, while increasing awareness of firefly conservation and helping to develop effective, evidence-based habitat management recommendations. The Endangered Species Conservation Biologist will collaboratively focus on developing survey protocols and conservation guidance, launching a new Firefly Atlas website, coordinating with partners and land managers, organizing and delivering training events, conducting surveys, assisting with species identification (Lampyridae spp.), and providing ongoing support and technical expertise to Xerces staff, partners, and the public. The Endangered Species Conser

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