POSITION SUMMARY: Six wildlife technicians are needed for a long-term population and habitat ecology study of the California Spotted Owl in the central Sierra Nevada of California. Two positions begin April 5, 2021 and the remaining positions will begin on May 3rd. All positions will last until at least July 30, 2021, and possibly up to August 20th. The pay rate is $15.00 per hour. Wildlife technicians will conduct surveys for California spotted and barred owls, re-sight color bands, assess owl reproductive status, locate nest trees, and assist in banding owls. Other duties may include deployment of acoustic monitoring units (ARUs) and participation in vegetation surveys. Technicians will be responsible for caring and maintenance o

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