Incumbents of this position in this series will have responsibility for planning, permitting, monitoring, and conservation management of wildlife resources within the Natural Resources & Training Lands Program (NR-ITAM) of the Massachusetts Army National Guard (MAARNG). This is one of two Wildlife Conservation Biologist positions within the program. Wildlife responsibilities are generally broken into categories of mammals (e.g., bats, New England cottontail, deer [including hunting]), insects (e.g., listed Lepidoptera, Odonates, bees, beetles,), aquatic invertebrates (e.g., clam shrimp, fairy shrimp), herpetofauna (e.g., box turtles, snakes, amphibians), and birds (broad and taxa spec

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