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  • Wolf Tech (volunteer)

    • Ely, Minnesota
    • $15 food stipend plus free housing
    • US Geological Survey

    Four volunteer field technicians are needed to live-trap and radio-collar wolves and conduct acoustic surveys in the Superior National Forest.

  • Biologist - Wildlife Trade US Fish and Wildlife Service

    • Falls Church, Virginia
    • GS 11
    • USFWS

    Staff Biologist providing technical support on the conservation of species subject to trade

  • Biological Volunteer

    • Johnston Atoll is located in the central Pacific Ocean 720 nautical miles from Honolulu, HI.
    • Room and Board
    • Johnston Atoll National Wildlife Refuge

    7-Month Biological Volunteers Needed for Johnston Atoll National Wildlife Refuge

  • Wildlife Habitat Restoration Volunteer Positions

    • Kure Atoll Wildlife Sanctuary, Northwestern Hawaiian Islands (NWHI)
    • Kure Atoll Conservancy will award $1,000 upon completion of field season to help offset expenses
    • Kure Atoll Wildlife Sanctuary

    Job Type: Habitat Restoration Volunteer Positions Kure Atoll Conservancy will award $1,000 upon completion of field season to help offset expenses ...

  • Game Warden

    • Wyoming (US)
    • Salary range: $3454-$4318/month starting with opportunities to move up to Sr. Game Warden
    • Wyoming Game and Fish Department

    Wyoming Game Warden: wildlife management, data collection, enforcement of game and fish laws, evaluation of damage by wildlife, acting local liaison.

  • Marine Field Assistant

    • Key West, Florida
    • Volunteer position with accomodation covered
    • Florida International University

    Field assistants wanted to participate in a 4-6 week field study of permit (Trachinotus falcatus) in Key West, Florida.

  • Plague Ecology and Mammal Conservation Technicians

    • South Dakota (in and near Badlands National Park) and New Mexico (White Mountains)
    • Daily living stipend for each day of work (housing provided)
    • U. S. Geological Survey

    We are studying plague ecology and mitigation tools in South Dakota and New Mexico. The ultimate goal is to conserve wildlife and preserve ecosystems.