Wildlife Crew Members will perform a wide variety of activities to support all stages of project work. Duties may include broadcast acoustical surveys for Northern goshawks, nocturnal surveys for Spotted-owls, nesting and reproductive status monitoring, and survey and identification of aquatic species. Crew Members will provide technical advice and leadership for wildlife management programs.  This includes gathering, compiling, and analyzing data to determine wildlife habitat requirements and management needs, assessing habitat quality and quantity, interpreting biological requirements for focal wildlife species and their habitat, and inventorying and monitoring habitat populations.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Wildlife, Ecology, Biology, Natural Resource

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