We're looking for an enthusiastic, driven, and self-motivated individual to join Butterfly Conservation as Wales Marsh Fritillary Recovery Project Officer. The ideal candidate will have experience of leading volunteers on species and habitat surveys and liaising with partner organisations and private landowners. They will also be able to use GIS mapping to create spatial data to inform future conservation efforts. In this role you'd be working with partners and landowners, leading and coordinating volunteers undertaking metapopulation surveys and habitat assessments of core Marsh Fritillary sites to update mapping layers. This will create a landscape-scale focus, identifying opportunities to create recommendations and costed plans for habitat connectivity projects. The successful

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