POSITION SUMMARY: Twelve field technicians are needed to undertake field work for bioacoustics research projects throughout the Sierra Nevada region in California. This monitoring program uses autonomous recording units to survey for avifauna and provide information for research and management of forest owls and songbirds. Research focuses largely on the distribution of California spotted owls and the invasive barred owl, in order to provide information vital to the successful management of both species at broad spatial scales in the Sierra Nevada. Additional research is being done on the interactions among all forest owls, and the distributions of songbirds across the range. Start and end dates are dependent on snowpack, but the

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