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Monitoring macaws in the wild in the amazon rainforest of Peru. Monitor claylick, parrot/macaw forest census & record behavior in macaw nests
Interested applicants should send a short letter of interest & a CV to email@example.com. Subject line: Research Ecologist Position.
Assistant or Associate Professor of Zoo and Conservation Science. Otterbein University. Tenure-track position beginning Fall 2020.
The Human-Wildlife Conflict Advisor serves as an expert on wildlife species that impact human activities in the San Francisco Bay Area.