The Westchester County Department of Parks, Recreation and Conservation is responsible for the preservation and maintenance of 18,000 acres of parklands, trails and open spaces that host a variety of habitats and a diverse array of species. As new wildlife and plant populations emerge and established populations change, land managers and researchers monitor impacts and use adaptive management strategies to promote conservation. The technician assists the Senior Curator of Wildlife and the Curator of Natural Resource Management in implementing and adapting conservation management plans, studying and managing wildlife, monitoring target species, promoting forest health, working with local partners and government agencies, and interfacing with the public.

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