Collection of monitoring data and design of scientifically sound studies of plants and animals (reptiles, amphibians, small mammals (e.g. prairie dogs, and bats), birds, exotic plant and animal species
Data collection and maintain databases and analyze data for specific projects which may influence management decisions or actions
Maintain and use a variety of equipment such as a GPS, acoustic recorder, trail camera, and a variety of live animal traps and animal restraint equipment
Use a variety of software and web application tools to record, upload, maintain and analyze collected data
Effectively communicate information through public presentations and written reports
Collaborate with other park staff, governmental and non-governmental partners including local tribes, researchers, and volunteers
Serve as a National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) coordinator for the park.
Recruit, train and supervise seasonal employees and student interns for biology work.
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