This placement is meant to facilitate personal growth and professional development and promotes exposure to land management agencies and networking with agency professionals. This could include gaining experience in a variety of conservation fields and/or shadowing different work groups. The member will provide support and assistance under the guidance and direction of FWS staff in the accomplishment of:
  • Physical removal of invasive plants including hand pulling or with tools (including chainsaws, loppers, and hand saw).
  • Spot application of General Use Pesticides (with oversight by refuge staff)
  • Data collection using handheld GPS units and/or other mapping equipment.
  • Assist with other biological work (e.g. Condor Biology), and other Refug

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