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  1. We are seeking a Field Technician to assist in conducting Mexican Spotted Owl studies located in the Tonto National Forest, AZ. This is a temporary, hourly position. Primary field duties will include conducting standardized broadcast surveys, follow up surveys, nest searching and data entry. Qualifications: A minimum of one field season of avian research; ability to work closely with other biologists; have full hearing and color vision; ability to hike long distances in rugged terrain; current eligibility to work in the U.S; a valid driver’s license and have own 4WD vehicle. Skills and Experience: Certified Mexican Spotted Owl USFWS survey and nest monitoring, and the required 40 hours experience with Mexican Owl surveys and nest monitoring. Contact Person Matthew Johnson Contact Phone 928-853-0488 Contact eMail mjjohnson29@gmail.com
  2. Description We are seeking a Field Technician to assist in conducting Mexican Spotted Owl studies located in the Tonto National Forest, AZ. This is a temporary, hourly position. Surveys are 10-12 days long that include night time and day time follow up surveys. We will need an individual that can survey sites for 10-12 days in May, July and August. Primary field duties will include conducting Mexican Spotted Owl standardized broadcast surveys, follow up surveys, nest searching and data entry. Qualifications A minimum of one field season of avian research; ability to work closely with other biologists; have full hearing and color vision; ability to hike long distances in rugged terrain; current eligibility to work in the U.S; a valid driver’s license and have own 4WD vehicle. Skills and Experience: Certified Mexican Spotted Owl USFWS survey and nest monitoring, and the required 40 hours experience with Mexican Owl surveys and nest monitoring. Contact Person Matthew Johnson Contact Phone 928-853-0488 Contact eMail mjjohnson29@gmail.com
  3. Colorado Plateau Research Station/Northern Arizona University is seeking Field Technicians to assist in conducting Southwestern Willow Flycatcher and Yellow-billed Cuckoo studies located along upper Gila River, AZ. These are temporary, hourly positions. Start date is 17 May 2018; end dates range from late-July to mid-August 2018. Primary field duties will include conducting standardized early morning broadcast surveys, nest searching, nest monitoring and data entry. Additional duties include monitoring the presence and effects of tamarisk leaf beetles. Prefer applicants that have completed Southwestern Willow Flycatcher and Yellow-billed Cuckoo USFWS survey and nest monitoring training, however qualified applicants will be sent to the training's if needed. Qualifications A minimum of one field season of avian research; ability to work closely with other biologists; have full hearing and color vision; ability to stoop/crawl through dense vegetation and tolerance of hot temperatures, high humidity, and biting insects; current eligibility to work in the U.S; a valid driver’s license preferred. Skills and Experience: Experience with Southwestern Willow Flycatchers and Yellow-billed Cuckoo survey protocol, nest monitoring and identification of southwestern U.S. riparian birds. Contact Person Matthew Johnson Contact Phone 928-523-7764 Contact eMail matthew.johnson@nau.edu
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