The Technician will conduct call-back surveys for secretive marsh birds during the breeding season (mid-April-mid-July) to explore abundance and distribution of these avian species at various wetland sites at the Fort Dix and Lakehurst sections of JBMDL.  Survey points will be visited mostly by car, but also potentially by boat/kayak or on foot, during both early morning and nocturnal hours under various conditions. Work will involve accessing marsh sites to collect data, entry of field data in worksheets, and data management and proofing as needed. All field work conducted at NJ Audubon adheres to NJA’s Field Work Protocol following COVID-19 precautions, complying with federal, state, and local guidelines and restrictions, and following industry best practices. Health and safety of

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