Wildlife and Habitat Management Paid Intern

Runnin' Wild Outdoors
Floyd County, Georgia
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Summer interns for 2021: We are a privately owned hunting club that is managed for a single family landowner. We manage approximately 3,000 acres to maximize wildlife habitat with a concentration on game management. In this position, you will have the opportunity to learn how to use a variety of habitat management techniques to maximize the potential of a conservation/hunting property. You’ll also learn population monitoring techniques for a variety of species. We are looking for 2 interns with field experience, but more importantly an enthusiasm for learning. These positions will be responsible for the following duties: 1. Invasive plant management using mechanical and chemical treatments 2. Bobwhite quail survey 3. Songbird surveys 4. Restoring riparian areas and field borders 5. White-tailed deer population monitoring 6. Maintenance of firebreaks, roads, hunting blinds 7. Wildlife food plot maintenance 8. Maintaining good working relationships with coworkers 9. Maintaining positive interactions with the landowners
Experience with the following equipment is not required but is desirable: Tractors, skid steers, mulching machines, chainsaws, wood chippers, handheld GPS Our regular working hours are 7:30 AM to 4:30 PM. Odd hours or overtime are occasionally necessary. Applicants must be able and willing to lift heavy objects and perform manual labor in the summer heat of Georgia. Applicants must also be licensed to operate a motor vehicle. On site housing is available for applicants if needed. Start date is flexible but the ideal candidate would be on site from mid/late May to mid-August. To apply, send a resume and cover letter to jhbrooks925@gmail.com
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Hunter Brooks
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(706) 346-6703
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