Biodiversity Research Institute (BRI), a nonprofit ecological research group based in Portland, Maine, conducts innovative wildlife science worldwide.
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2016 Bat Field Technician
BRI’s Mammal Program is looking for qualified applicants to assist with mist netting, telemetry, and acoustic monitoring of bats. The successful applicant will gain experience with North American bat identification, tracking with radio telemetry, and the use of passive acoustic equipment (e.g., Pettersson D500X bat detector). 6 - 8 positions are available.
Application Deadline: March 31, 2016
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