PAS is seeking an experienced field technician to conduct protocol-level surveys for California spotted owls and northern goshawk. There may also be an opportunity to work on additional projects. This position is full-time throughout the survey period (May–August) and requires residence in Plumas County. The biological field technician will work closely with the Field Coordinator to ensure that surveys are conducted in accordance with recommended protocols and that data is recorded and documented accurately. The biological field technician may work independently or with other crew members. Field work for this position will be primarily on Plumas and Tahoe National Forest lands in California's Sierra Neva

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