Wisconsin Kirtland's Warbler Project is seeking one qualified nest monitor for the 2024 breeding season. The work will primarily be focused on Wisconsin’s main breeding sites in central Wisconsin and will be based in Adams County. Duties will begin around mid-May, will require travel to sites in central Wisconsin, and will end in early to mid-August. The weekly schedule will involve working five days a week. Field work is weather dependent so the five days may include weekends.* 
Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Nest monitor duties include the following: 1) observe and document adult territorial, courtship, and nesting behaviors of the endangered Kirtland's Warbler; 2) record nest phenology and re

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