Invasive species are a leading threat to conserving and protecting natural resources across the National Wildlife Refuge System. Within the 50 National Wildlife Refuges of the Pacific Southwest Region, invasive species are the most widespread and serious threat to priority refuge resources. The Region’s invasive species program funds and coordinates efforts of individual refuges to reduce the adverse effects of invasive species through strategic planning, baseline inventory, monitoring, early detection and rapid response, preventive measures, eradication, as well as control/management.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree (minimum) in natural resource management or related discipline, plus demonstrated experience in the technical skills below. Those with an advanced

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