Field Assistants - Wood thrush nesting ecology

    University park, PA

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    We are seeking qualified individuals (3) to assist with field work on a study of Wood Thrush nesting ecology in central Pennsylvania forests. Field season runs from mid-May to late July/early August. Work will consist of nest searching and monitoring for Wood Thrush, and measurement of soil and forest vegetation. Field work will include early mornings, long days, and some weekend work. Rate of pay $12-$15/hr. based on experience. To apply, please upload a statement detailing your interest and experience, a resume, and the names and email addresses of two references.


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    University Park, PA
    Posting ID: 556644501Posted: 2020-05-21