Summary/Objective The Mammal Community Ecologist’s principle responsibilities are to provide statewide mammal expertise for the Natural Heritage Program in the Resource Science Division’s Heritage Unit, focusing on mammal species of conservation concern and mammal communities; collaborate with the Wildlife Diversity Coordinator and other program managers on wildlife diversity and mammal community topics; serve as co-principle investigator on a spotted skunk and gray fox research study on Missouri populations; collaborate with the furbearer biologist on furbearer population and regulatory recommendations; assist the State Wildlife Veterinarian on wildlife health topics, projects and policy development; and provide strategies and plans to recover and/or maintain resilient populations ...

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