Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge provides an opportunity to build monitoring and management skills by working with a team of skilled field biologists. The work of the salt marsh intern will focus on tidal marsh surveys and monitoring (80%), with other duties as assigned including visitor services (10%), data entry (5%), and habitat management (5%). One full-time intern is needed to support the Land Management and Research Demonstration (LMRD) projects on Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge. This 12-week position has a negotiable preferred start date of 1 June 2019. Living allowance $250/week. Communal, co-ed government housing is available in Wells, Maine. Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1966 in cooperation with the State of Maine to protect valuabl

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