We are hoping to offer interns other opportunites to participate in wildlife field work such as mist netting/bird banding, Swainson's hawk surveys/banding, and river cleanup.
Position ID: PO-00735026
Expected Dates: May 29, 2023 - August 20, 2023
37805 Highway 97
Macdoel, CA 96058
Training Provided: Safety; use of GPS; survey protocols for northern spotted owl, northern goshawk, mollusk species; potentially first aid-cpr training; potentially driving manual, 4x4 vehicle if intern wants/needs.
Educational/Recreational Opportunities: Crater Lake National Park, Lava Beds National Monument, Mt. Shasta, Lower Klamath National Wildlife Refuge; Oregon Coast and Redwoods; several wilderness areas. As well as fishing, camping, boating.
Handicap Accessible?: Yes
Main Area of Focus: Wildlife Mgmt
AmeriCorps Eligible: Eligible
Driving Logistics: Required
Grocery shopping 40 minutes away in Klamath Falls
Housing or Stipend Provided?
A. Partner will provide suitable housing for the member
The Forest Service will provide housing in the small community of Mt Hebron, just minutes from the main District Office. Intern will most likely be required to share a room with another person in a bunkhouse situation. Interns sometimes share the bunkhouse with up to 6-8 others. Interns should bring their own bedding and pillows or sleeping bag. There is internet service at the bunkhouses. Most cell phones do not work at the barracks but do work within walking distance. There are apps available on Google Play Store that transmit text messages and phone calls over wireless internet.
US Citizenship: Yes