The Applied Forest and Wildlife Ecology Laboratory at Michigan State University is looking to hire one seasonal field technician (with a maximum of 40 hours/week) to lead non-invasive genetic sampling of American marten using hair snares in the Turtle Mountain Region of North Dakota, USA. Selected candidate will be responsible for assembling, setting, and maintaining hair snares and collecting hair samples and photographs from sampling locations. Project goals are to develop a robust estimate of population size and individual survival for American marten in the Turtle Mountains. Candidate will conduct fieldwork while communicating closely with researchers at Michigan State University and North Dakota Game and Fish. Approximate start date is July 1st (negotiable) with an anticip

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