The Trustees of Reservations are seeking an individual responsible for monitoring, research, and management activities for nesting and migratory shorebirds on the island of Nantucket. The Trustees are responsible for shorebird management on the Coskata - Coatue Wildlife refuge, a 1,117-acre barrier beach extending to the northern most reaches of the island. This idyllic and diverse beach complex boasts unique maritime juniper forests- the largest of its kind in New England-, the island’s largest saltmarsh, an old growth maritime oak forest, and extensive dune systems which provide refuge for countless species year-round. At the northern most tip of the refuge lies a breeding colony of Atlantic grey seal and typically pelagic species such as northern gannets,

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