The Field Biologist position supports all LTMCS projects including: American Kestrel Studies (~45%), Migration Monitoring (~35%), Following Forest Owls (~10%), Burrowing Owl Monitoring (~5%), and Studies of Urban Raptor Ecology (SURE) (~5%). This support includes fieldwork, mentoring and managing members of community science teams, data curation, various equipment care and maintenance, and other tasks.
Key Responsibilities:
  • Communicate with and work alongside members of community science teams (volunteers, interns, technicians, graduate students, and supervisory biologists) to ensure teams are focused on meeting program goals.
  • Support network of long

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