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Arizona Bald Eagle Nestwatch Program


Employer:

Arizona Game and Fish Department

Location:

Arizona

Country:

United States

Last Date to Apply:

01 Dec 2017

Description:

THE ARIZONA GAME AND FISH DEPARTMENT NEEDS 16 FIELD TECHNICIANS for the Arizona Bald Eagle Nestwatch Program; $115/day with a 10 day on/4 day off schedule. Private contractors will be hired to monitor breeding bald eagles at 8 to 12 breeding areas throughout Arizona's riparian corridors from January 31 thru a minimum of May 15, 2018. Contractors will collect bald eagle behavioral data, contact and educate recreating public, and help enforce closures around the breeding area. Previous birding, raptor, and behavioral data collection experience preferred but not required. For more information on the Arizona Bald Eagle Nestwatch Program, visit the Southwestern Bald Eagle Management Committee’s web page at http://www.swbemc.or...tchProgram.html, call Kenneth Jacobson at (623) 236-7575, or e-mail at baldeagle@azgfd.gov. Application information can be downloaded from http://procure.az.gov by selecting “Contract and Bid Search”, “Bid”, and searching for “AGFD18-00007701”. All applications must be submitted within the ProcureAZ website before December 1, 2017 by 3:00 P.M. (MST).



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