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  1. AVIAN FIELD TECHNICIANS needed for a large-scale study of breeding birds across Idaho with the Intermountain Bird Observatory (IBO) at Boise State University. Mandatory training starts on May 18 (dates might shift by a few days on either side). Primary duties (among other duties) consist of statewide standardized point-count surveys, vegetation surveys, and data entry using Integrated Monitoring in Bird Conservation Regions (IMBCR) protocol. Technicians will identify over 100 bird species while traveling across a wide variety of habitats including grassland, sagebrush steppe, riparian, pinyon-
  2. AVIAN FIELD TECHNICIANS needed for a large-scale study of breeding birds across Idaho with the Intermountain Bird Observatory (IBO) at Boise State University. Mandatory training starts on May 18 (dates might shift by a few days on either side). Primary duties (among other duties) consist of statewide standardized point-count surveys, vegetation surveys, and data entry using Integrated Monitoring in Bird Conservation Regions (IMBCR) protocol. Technicians will identify over 100 bird species while traveling across a wide variety of habitats including grassland, sagebrush steppe, riparian, pinyon-
  3. AVIAN FIELD TECHNICIANS needed for a large-scale study of breeding birds across Idaho with the Intermountain Bird Observatory (IBO) at Boise State University. Mandatory training starts on May 18 (dates might shift by a few days on either side). Primary duties (among other duties) consist of statewide standardized point-count surveys, vegetation surveys, and data entry using Integrated Monitoring in Bird Conservation Regions (IMBCR) protocol. Technicians will identify over 100 bird species while traveling across a wide variety of habitats including grassland, sagebrush steppe, riparian, pinyon-
  4. Title: Avian Point Count Technician (~10 positions; 1-2 for UT, rest for ID) FLSA Status: FULL TIME / SALARIED / EXEMPT Location: Idaho and Utah, statewide Salary: $17.10 - $19.44/hour, depending on experience. AVIAN FIELD TECHNICIANS needed for a large-scale study of breeding birds across Idaho and Utah (approximately May 17-July 16 for Idaho, and May 3 – July 9 for Utah – dates might shift by a few days on either side) with the Intermountain Bird Observatory (IBO) at Boise State Univ
  5. AVIAN FIELD TECHNICIANS needed for a large-scale study of breeding birds across Utah (early-May through early-July) with the Intermountain Bird Observatory (IBO) at Boise State University. Duties consist of standardized point-count surveys, vegetation surveys, and data entry using Integrated Monitoring in Bird Conservation Regions (IMBCR) protocol. Technicians will identify over one hundred bird species while traveling across a wide variety of habitats including, but not limited to: grassland, sagebrush steppe, riparian, pinyon-juniper, montane forest, and alpine. Qualifications include
  6. AVIAN FIELD TECHNICIANS needed for a large-scale study of breeding birds across Idaho (mid-May through mid-July) with the Intermountain Bird Observatory (IBO) at Boise State University. Duties consist of standardized point-count surveys, vegetation surveys, and data entry using Integrated Monitoring in Bird Conservation Regions (IMBCR) protocol. Technicians will identify over one hundred bird species while traveling across a wide variety of habitats including, but not limited to: grassland, sagebrush steppe, riparian, pinyon-juniper, montane forest, and alpine. Qualifications include:
  7. AVIAN POINT-COUNT TECHNICIANS (8) needed for a large-scale study of breeding birds across Idaho and Utah (early or mid-May through mid-July) with the Intermountain Bird Observatory (IBO) at Boise State University. Duties consist of standardized point-count surveys, vegetation surveys, and data entry using Integrated Monitoring in Bird Conservation Regions (IMBCR) protocol. Technicians will identify over one hundred bird species while traveling across a wide variety of habitats including, but not limited to: grassland, sagebrush steppe, riparian, pinyon-juniper, montane forest, and alpine.
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