The Department of Rangeland, Wildlife, and Fisheries Management (RWFM) is seeking applications for a unique position headquartered at the Uvalde Research and Extension Center in the Texas Hill Country focused on supporting small-acreage landowners and respective wildlife management practices. This position requires subject matter expertise in wildlife management relevant to small-acreage properties (i.e., < 100 acres in size) primarily used in non-traditional ways to include recreation and non-consumptive uses (e.g., birding). This position will encompass both innovative Extension program delivery and applied research into the needs of a growing subset of Texas landowners. Interested candidates also have the option to pursue a Ph.D. program concurrently as part of job duties and program

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