The Pennsylvania Game Commission is looking to hire a Grouse and Woodcock Wildlife Biologist for the Bureau of Wildlife Management. This is a professional wildlife management work developing, evaluating, and implementing the statewide management and research program for ruffed grouse, American woodcock and other game birds as assigned.  This job involves the scientific study and research of wildlife habitat population trends and potential drivers and harvest regulation impacts.  The scope of projects involves monitoring habitat utilization, analyzing responses to habitat alteration, conducting population surveys, identifying research questions, designing studies, assessing the impact of hunting, compiling harvest statistics, maintaining a Hunter Cooperator program to develop an index

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