[Tweeters] F&W Biologist 1 non permanent opportunities in Central Wash.

Jon. Anderson and Marty Chaney festuca at olywa.net
Thu Dec 15 22:52:39 PST 2005


Hi folks - looks like a good job for someone interested in working on birds of the shrub-steppe! I volunteer every spring on a Breeding Bird Survey in E Washington, and know how important it is to keep the CRP lands intact - - otherwise, the fallow wheat lands produce only feeding grounds for horned larks....
Please contact Matt Vander Hagen at the phone # below...
Jon. Anderson
Olympia, Wash.
festuca @ olywa . net


>>> Cheryl Gardner 12/15/05 3:00 PM >>>


This announcement closes December 31, 2005

Wildlife Program, Science Division has openings for 4 non permanent Fish and Wildlife Biologist 1's for 4 months beginning 15 March 2006. The project will focus on examining the potential of the Conservation Reserve Program to aid in the long-term conservation of shrubsteppe birds. The position will be based in Region 2 with field work encompassing much of eastern Washington. The primary duties will be conducting point-count surveys, pellet-surveys, and vegetation sampling.

The minimum qualifications for the F&W Biologist 1 is, "A Bachelor's degree in fisheries, wildlife management, natural resource science, or environmental science".

Applicants should have: 1) strong skills in field identification of birds (preferably western) by sight and song, 2) experience conducting point-count surveys, and 3) enthusiasm for working irregular hours in remote areas.

For more information contact Matt Vander Haegen (360-902-2516).

Please pass this opportunity on to anyone who may be interested, but does not have email.


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