The Coastal Waterbird Program at Mass Audubon is seeking to enroll shorebird monitoring trainees to gain experience and skills in endangered species management, coastal nesting bird ecology, field research and environmental education.  Trainees will be mentored by Mass Audubon staff in the monitoring and management of Piping Plovers, Least and Common Terns, and American Oystercatchers.  Activities will include construction and maintenance of protective fencing, wildlife tracking, educating the public about endangered species conservation, and research.  Trainees will be assigned to 1-6 sites, where they will have the opportunity to experience a variety of coastal habitats. For more information:  www.massaudubon.org/cwp Multiple positions based at: Long Pasture Wildlife Sanctuar...

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