The Senior Wildlife Biologist will participate in the development of short- and long-term management and research projects for the CNO Wildlife Department. This position will also play an active role in developing management plans, conducting fish and wildlife surveys, and analyzing data to make harvest and season recommendations. This will result in sustainable management of the wildlife and fisheries resources contained within the Reservation.

Primary Tasks:

  • Participate in planning, development, coordination and implementation of wildlife, research, and management projects. Assists in establishing project goals and participate in the development of department objectives.
  • Interpret policies to subordinates and interested public. Develop

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