We’re seeking an experienced Field Biologist to support various projects within the Long-term Monitoring and Community Science department at HawkWatch International. The position will start in early February 2022 and run through at least July. During this time the Field Biologist will work closely with HWI staff, interns, and a large and diverse team of community scientists on projects that focus on American Kestrels, small forest owls, Burrowing Owls, and urban raptor communities. Duties will include coordinating volunteer efforts; resighting of color-banded individuals; capture and banding of adult and nestling raptors; collection and curation of feather, blood, and other samples; collection of habitat and food habit data; care and upkeep of field gear and vehicles; and data management including entry, quality control, and visualization. For more details see the attached position description. To apply, complete the LTMCS Field Biologist application form by December 31, 2021. Review of applicants ongoing, early submission recommended.