Tyndall Air Force Base is located outside Panama City, along the Florida panhandle coastline. The base is a 30,000 acre peninsula surrounded by St. Andrew Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. Habitats include 18 miles of pristine beaches, slash and longleaf pine forests, scrub, and numerous wetlands, bayous, and marshes. The primary mission of Tyndall AFB involves military flight training.
You will conduct inventories and habitat management for wildlife, primarily birds - piping plover, red knot, osprey, bald eagle and red-cockaded woodpecker (70%); additional duties will include surveys for birds, black bear and deer, computer entry of field data, environmental education, beach cleanups and assisting with prescribed burning (30%).