Become a Wildlife Intern and work with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Vernal Field Office in collaboration with the Utah Conservation Corps (UCC). This position will work closely wetlands management, fisheries management, and riparian ecology. Duties will include performing monthly waterfowl counts, managing water movement through wetlands, fisheries surveys, spring characterization surveys, and assisting with the management of a fish rearing program. The selected individual will work closely with wildlife and fisheries managers at the BLM. Research shows that candidates from underrepresented populations often don’t apply for positions if they don’t meet all the position qualifications and skill sets.  The BLM and UCC strongly encourage you to apply if you are interested.

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