Under general supervision, within assigned Division, evaluates habitat needs for a variety of wildlife species, conducts field work to support ongoing activities. The Wildlife Habitat Specialist proficiently applies biological theories to a wide range of assignments within the Division’s mission with focus on wildlife habitat.

Major Tasks and Responsibilities

  • Review and comment on proposed forest activity on the Muckleshoot Tomanamus Forest. Assesses impacts to game and non-game species. Recommends habitat management approaches to meet species needs and regulatory requirements.
  • Reviews Washington State Department of Natural Resources Forest Practice Applications of landowners that may influence big game habitat and tribal use of non-Tribal lands.

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