Examples of Work
Design, direct and coordinate field research, population surveys, and conservation plans pertaining to waterfowl in conjunction with the Wildlife Research Administrator. Develop long-term strategic plans and annual operational plans and budgets for projects and the waterfowl program. Respond to waterfowl nuisance and depredation issues. Analyze and interpret wildlife population and research data for presentation at technical and public meetings. Prepare statutory and regulation recommendations for administrative review. Serve as the State's representative on the Central Flyway Technical Committee. Provide information to various conservation agencies, resource-oriented groups, the public, and the commission. Job location is 2200 North 33rd
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