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    of Greater Cape May

    Cape May is America’s oldest seaside resort; it has welcomed visitors for generations with its hospitality and Victorian charm.

    Combine Cape May’s location, architecture and hospitality with its year round calendar of cultural, and family-friendly events, and it’s clear that this is a destination for all seasons.

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    Results Found: 3
    1075 Stone Harbor Blvd.
    Stone Harbor, NJ 08247
    Coastal Bird Program Research Assistant
    Category: Environment
    The Wetlands Institute, located in Stone Harbor, New Jersey, is seeking qualified applicants to assist with breeding season studies of wading birds, beach-nesting birds, and secretive marsh birds for our Coastal Bird Program. Primary responsibilities include assisting with nest monitoring, point count surveys, capture and banding, acoustic monitoring, and habitat use surveys, as well as with other surveys and tasks as assigned. The Research Assistant will be responsible for recording detailed observations ...read more
    Contact:
    Phone:(609) 368-1211
    1075 Stone Harbor Blvd.
    Stone Harbor, NJ 08247
    Shorebird Steward
    Category: Environment
    The Wetlands Institute, located in Stone Harbor, New Jersey, is seeking qualified applicants for several positions to protect beach-nesting birds and migratory shorebirds on two of the most scenic beaches in Cape May County, New Jersey. Primary responsibilities include acting as an overall ambassador for the conservation of beach-nesting birds by educating the public about shorebird conservation and beach regulations, reducing disturbance to beach-nesting birds and migratory shorebirds, and documenting ...read more
    Contact:
    Phone:(609) 368-1211
    1075 Stone Harbor Blvd.
    Stone Harbor, NJ 08247
    Turtle Research Assistant
    Category: Environment
    The Wetlands Institute, located in Stone Harbor, New Jersey, is seeking qualified applicants for a seasonal Research Assistant position to assist with long-term study of Diamondback Terrapins. Primary responsibilities include assisting with mark-recapture surveys for Diamondback Terrapins, assisting with a cellular GPS telemetry study on Diamondback Terrapins, conducting surveys of terrapin nesting areas and roadways, maintaining road mitigation fencing, and tracking Eastern Box Turtles using radio ...read more
    Contact:
    Phone:(609) 368-1211
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