The Refuge was established on May 2, 1939 to protect and provide a breeding ground for migratory birds and other wildlife. It is the only forested mountainous refuge in the contiguous 48 states.  Come join our team to help maintain the health of the refuge for both wildlife and humans alike. The intern will assist with invasive species mapping and control projects. The Invasive Species Intern will utilize GPS units to navigate to known invasive species occurrences as well as initiate a comprehensive survey of the refuge. Although many of these occurrences have received some control treatments over the years, more remote and hard to access occurrences have not been well documented. The intern will monitor the status of these occurrences, evaluate the efficacy of past treatments,

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