Postdoc (Pelican Movement Ecology) – Texas

Texas A&M University
College Station, TX
Job Category
Post Doctoral Appointments
Last Date to Apply
Job Description
We are seeking applicants for an 18-month postdoctoral position to join our project in fall 2017. The successful applicant will lead a project examining the movement patterns of brown pelicans in the Bahía Grande Wetland Complex, Texas. The goal of the project is to mitigate pelican mortality events associated with roadways in the region.
Applicants should possess a strong understanding of basic principles of animal behavior, urban and movement ecology, and avian physiology. The ideal candidate will have experience analyzing movement data (including but not limited to: GPS, satellite, accelerometer, GLS data), handling/banding birds and deploying transmitters, and collecting avian physiological data (e.g., morphometrics, blood sampling, feather sampling). Experience with large water/seabirds is a plus but not required.

Please send a cover letter (including a discussion of relevant movement ecology, physiology, and bird handling/banding experience as well as when you are available to start), CV, and contact information for three references to Drs. Grace ( and Yorzinski ( Review of applications will begin immediately and continue on a rolling basis.
Contact Person
Jessica Yorzinski
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