The position will assist with a variety of wildlife surveys and monitoring for both game and non-game species including scrub jay, gopher tortoise, Bachman’s sparrow, brown-headed nuthatch, bat species, black rail, mourning dove and white-tailed deer. This position assists the Lead Area Biologist in all aspects of running the WMA/WEA’s including purchasing, annual reports, data entry, GIS and harvest reports.  The incumbent will interact with various partner agencies and the public to provide information concerning wildlife and area management, rules and regulations. Occasionally the incumbent will attend regional and divisional meetings as well as various trainings as needed.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Knowledge of principles of ecology and wildlife mana

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