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Job: Fire Management Specialist (Prescribed Fire/Fuels, multiple positions) - Bureau of Land Management - Multiple Locations OR and WA (posted Jun 15, 2022)


  • Manages a unit fuels management program.
  • Develops and analyzes fuels treatment alternatives.
  • Evaluates individual fuels treatments and the effectiveness of the assigned program to make recommendations for improvement.
  • Creates, updates and uses fire modeling software to assist in treatment recommendations.
  • Designs fuels management prescriptions and implementation plans.
  • Participates in the development, review, and modification of the fire management plan.
  • Participates in the development of cooperative agreements to facility multi-agency projects.
  • May serve as a Contracting Officer Representative (COR) on fuel management contracts.
  • Plans, implements and participates in prescribed fire operations.
  • Designs and conducts fuels management inventory analyses.

Deadline: Jun 23, 2022

Funding: National Forest Foundation Matching Awards Program (posted May 9, 2022)

The National Forest Foundation (NFF) Matching Awards Program (MAP) provides funding for results-oriented on-the-ground projects that enhance forest health and outdoor experiences on National Forests and Grasslands.

Deadline: Jun 22, 2022
Contact Name: Kerry Morse, Conservation Awards Manager
Contact E-mail: kmorse@nationalforests.org
Contact Phone: 406-830-3358

Job: Forest Restoration Technician - Washington Dept Fish and Wildlife - Rochester, WA (posted May 26, 2022)

The Restoration Technician will conduct forest, oak, woodland, and prairie edge restoration work on the Scatter Creek Wildlife Area. Tasks include planning and implementing projects designed to maintain, enhance, or restore ecosystems, wildlife habitat, or public access to Wildlife Area lands. Projects include activities such as brush mowing, slash piling and burning, tree cutting and limbing, harrowing, seeding, planting, broom pulling and herbicide application.

Deadline: Jun 22, 2022

Job: Forestry Technician (Prescribed Fire/Fuels, multiple positions) - Bureau of Land Management - Multiple Locations OR and WA (posted Jun 15, 2022)

Primary responsibilities of the position involve participating in the preparation and implementation of prescribed fire plans, fire effects monitoring plans, manual and mechanical hazardous fuels treatments, and smoke and wildland fire monitoring plans in order to reduce wildfire risk and meet land use plan objectives. The employee considers prescribed fire/fuels management, smoke management, fuels modification principles and procedures, fire effects knowledge, and knowledge of scientific data collection and analysis principles into the development and implementation of procedures and practices. As required, this position will assist a Module Leader or other senior staff in supervising a varied size module.

As a developmental position, the incumbent is provided appropriate training and developmental assignments to assume the full performance position which is identified as a key fire management position in a field fire management organization as a Prescribed Fire/Fuels Technician.

Promotion to the full performance level is neither guaranteed nor implied and will be based solely on your ability to satisfactorily perform the work of the position, existing work at the higher grade level, and recommendation by the position's supervisor.

Deadline: Jun 22, 2022

Job: Outreach Notice - Regional Smoke Management Coordinator (posted Jun 10, 2022)

The Rocky Mountain Region of the USDA Forest Service will be advertising a GS-1301-11/12 Regional Smoke Management Coordinator position. This is a full-time position with an annual salary range between $87,491 and $113,743 (OPM 2022 Rates: GS12, step 1 – step 10, Denver COLA rates).  Relocation incentive may be offered for this position pending the results of this outreach notice.  Duty station location will depend on responses to this outreach.


The vacancy announcement for this position will be posted on the U.S. Government's official website for employment opportunities at www.usajobs.gov.  Individuals who wish to be considered for this position must apply to the vacancy announcement on the USAJOBS.gov website by the closing date of the vacancy announcement.  Referral lists for this position will be issued to the selecting official upon closing of the vacancy announcement.  All applicants found qualified, and in the quality group will be referred for consideration.  


This position will serve as the technical smoke management specialist providing assistance and advice for the National Forests of the USFS Rocky Mountain Region (Region 2). This is a non-supervisory position and will coordinate with Regional staff (Hazardous Fuels and Air Quality Program Managers) and the Washington Office Smoke Management Lead. 

Major duties include:

This position will support Forests in Region 2 with all aspects of smoke management, smoke permitting and smoke monitoring (deployment of smoke monitoring equipment, data analysis and report writing).  This position will work closely with the Regional Hazardous Fuels and Air Quality programs and assist with NEPA as needed.  This position will also serve as a liaison with the state permitting authorities and EPA and represent the Rocky Mountain Region on interagency committees and training cadre.  This position will also assist the Regional Incident Decision Support Team with issues related to smoke/air quality management for wildland and prescribed fire incidents.  This position may also work with and/or support the National Smoke Management Cache manager located at the Rocky Mountain Fire Cache in Lakewood, CO.  Support may consist of maintaining smoke monitors and/or assisting in the processing of smoke monitor orders for incident support.  Some field work (less than 25%) may be required in support of monitoring and smoke management activities.


Duty station location (Rocky Mountain Regional Office in Lakewood, Colorado or location negotiable within Region 2 at a Forest Service hosted Duty Station upon selection) will also depend on the outreach responses received.  The Rocky Mountain Region manages resources and activities across more than 22 million acres of forest and grassland in Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota, and Wyoming. There are a total of 17 National Forests, 7 National Grassland units and 52 ranger districts. The Region employs over 1,600 permanent employees.  

Deadline: Jun 22, 2022
Location: Lakewood, CO
Contact Name: Brian Keating
Contact E-mail: brian.e.keating@usda.gov

Job: Coastal Ecological Burn Coordinator - North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources - Wake County, NC (posted Jun 15, 2022)

Many state parks support natural communities that are dependent on fire for maintenance and propagation. The division manages these resources through the application of prescribed fire. The long-term goal in the fire management program is to restore and maintain fire-adapted ecosystems across the state parks system. This position is the ecological burn coordinator for the Natural Resources Program and responsible for coordinating the ecological burning program for the North Carolina State Parks System. This position will develop, and review management unit burn plans and burn prescriptions; assist and lead ecological burns; and monitor and recommend fire management strategies. The position collaborates with biologists and rangers in various regions throughout the division for training programs and multi-park, multi-disciplinary projects. Position will supervise a 4 person burn crew based out of Cliffs of the Neuse State Park.

Deadline: Jun 20, 2022

Job: Habitat Specialist - Pheasants Forever - Watertown, SD (posted May 26, 2022)

This position represents a partnership between South Dakota Game, Fish & Parks (SDGFP) and Pheasants Forever (PF). The incumbents will conduct habitat management work on public wildlife management areas. They are a full-time, permanent employee of Pheasants Forever and will receive daily leadership from SDGFP Field Managers. The incumbent will assist with all aspects of managing the assigned wildlife management area. Major responsibilities include:

  • Directing, and implementing habitat management work on public wildlife areas; operation of farm equipment and prescribed fire experience important;
  • Procuring supplies and equipment;
  • Participating in the construction, maintenance and repair of area buildings, equipment, and roads;
  • Coordinating agricultural permits to insure positive benefits for wildlife;
  • Providing public information;
  • Participating in scientific field studies and surveys;
  • Participating in training and evaluation of seasonal employees;
  • Performing other related duties as assigned.

Deadline: Jun 17, 2022
Contact Name: Matt Morlock, SD/ND State Coordinator
Contact Phone: 605-881-8258

Job: Private Lands Habitat Specialist - Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever - Dodge City, KS (posted May 25, 2022)

This position is part of a partnership between Pheasants Forever and Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP). Under the daily direction of KDWP staff, the incumbent will conduct habitat management work on cooperating private land within designated priority geographies within Kansas as par of the state’s Habitat First program. The incumbent will be a full-time, permanent employee of Pheasants Forever and will receive daily leadership from KDWP staff. Priorities include implementing Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) mid-contract management practices, Wetland Reserve Easement (WRE) habitat management, and Walk-In Hunting Area (WIHA) habitat projects. Additional duties include improving rangeland and riparian wildlife habitats, assisting in the management of 3 public land properties (Herron, Stein, and Wild Turkey Playa Lake Wildlife Areas) and other duties as assigned. This position will be responsible for operating and maintaining agricultural equipment that will include trucks, trailers, tractors, implements, skid steers, ATVs/UTVs, and sprayers. Duties include prescribed burning.

Deadline: Jun 14, 2022
Contact Name: Marina Osier, PF Kansas State Coordinator
Contact Phone: 515-201-1873

Job: Senior Policy Associate for Wildfire Resilience - The Nature Conservancy - Arlington, VA (posted Feb 18, 2022)

The Senior Policy Associate for Wildfire Resilience Senior supports The Nature Conservancy’s wildfire resilience policy and investment goals in the United States. They support The Nature Conservancy’s conservation goals through work within the North America Policy & Government Relations’ Lands team in The Nature Conservancy’s External Affairs department. The position will also coordinate and collaborate with TNC’s government relations and conservation teams across the U.S., State Business Units and Strategic Programs, and external partners. The focus of this position is on federal policies and funding, and where state policy has direct implications, related to wildfire resilience in fire adapted ecosystems, including landscape scale resilience and in promoting fire-adapted communities. Furthermore, the position will understand the interconnection between wildfire, forest health, watershed management, and the associated impacts on people and communities, including Indigenous People. This position reports to Senior Policy Advisor for Forest Restoration and Fire and will play a key role to influence federal policy and further The Nature Conservancy’s mission. This is a two-year, term-limited position.

Job: Prescribed Fire Coordinator - The Nature Conservancy - Cushing, MN (posted Feb 24, 2022)

The Prescribed Fire Coordinator (PFC) will lead The Nature Conservancy in the development of a new programmatic effort focused on a ‘Living with Fire’ strategy. This position will work closely with multiple internal TNC Teams to coordinate strategy development, and will engage with a broad set of state, federal, tribal, and local partners to advance forest planning and on-the-ground implementation of a fire management initiative as a means to improve forest condition and landscape integrity. The PFC will engage with private landowners and the general public in facilitating a vision for increased use of prescribed burning as a tool for ecological restoration. This position will manage the day-to-day implementation of multiple grant funded restoration projects concurrently and in collaboration with multiple project partners.

Job: Multiple Wildland Fire Postdoctoral Fellowships - University of Michigan - Ann Arbor, MI (posted Mar 14, 2022)

The Kathy and Steve Berman Western Forest and Fire Initiative (WFFI) at the University of Michigan School for Environment and Sustainability has multiple postdoctoral fellowship opportunities:

  • Wildland Fire, Smoke, and Public Health
  • Wildland Fire, Climate, and Forest Ecosystem Change
  • Social Vulnerability and Resilience to Wildfire Risk
  • Individual Wildfire Risk Decision-Making and Adaptation Behavior
  • Distributed Energy Solutions for Wildfire-Prone Communities

Applications will be considered beginning March 14, 2022, until the positions are filled.

Deadline: Mar 14, 2022

Job: Forest Conservation Project Manager - South Yuba River Citizens League - Nevada City, CA (posted Apr 27, 2022)

The South Yuba River Citizens League (SYRCL) is hiring a Forest Conservation Project Manager. The Forest Conservation Project Manager leads forest health projects in collaboration, planning and restoration, supporting the Watershed Science department, and supports development of future restoration and monitoring projects. SYRCL’s forest health work accelerated in 2019 and continues to grow considerably. The Forest Conservation Project Manager will fulfill SYRCL’s current program deliverables as well as provide recommendations and support funding acquisition for future projects. SYRCL’s Forest Health program aims to 1) improve forest health and forest resiliency throughout the watershed 2) engage diverse stakeholders throughout the Yuba River watershed to promote and implement forest health projects, 3) raise funds to continue collaborative planning efforts and on-the-ground project implementation. Responsibilities include contributing to the development of new ecological forest restoration projects, including commercial and non-commercial thinning, reforestation, and prescribed fire.

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Preference will be given to applications received by 5/3/22.

Deadline: May 3, 2022

Job: Senior Forestry Technician - Resilient Forestry, LLC - Seattle, WA (posted Mar 28, 2022)

Resilient Forestry is looking for an individual comfortable working in the field to lead small teams collecting data in forests across Washington and Oregon during the 2022 field season. The Senior Forestry Technician will work with Project Managers to organize and execute field projects. This will be a full-time seasonal position. Start and end dates are flexible. Workload will vary up to 40 hrs/wk. This position requires significant travel: likely 80-100% of weeknights will be spent away from home, often camping in the woods.

Desired start date: 4/1/2022 to 5/31/2022. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis.

Contact Name: Miles LeFevre

Job: Prescribed Fire Program Manager - Washington Dept Natural Resources - Olympia, WA (posted May 5, 2022)

Reporting to the Forest Resilience – Assistant Division Manager for Cross-Boundary Restoration, the Prescribed Fire Program Manager is responsible for overseeing successful implementation of the Washington Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Prescribed Fire Policy and Procedures, achieving annual prescribed fire deliverables, and implementation of relevant strategies and goals in the Washington Forest Action Plan and 20-Year Forest Health Strategic Plan: Eastern Washington. This position is responsible for staying up-to-date on state and nationwide prescribed fire regulatory processes, policies, and advancement efforts. The Program Manager acts as the agency’s expert on prescribed fire training, stays current on National Wildfire Coordinating Group (NWCG) and state prescribed fire training requirements, identifies additional training needs and opportunities including staying abreast of prescribed fire incidents to use as training opportunities such as Wildfire Lessons Learned.

Deadline: May 22, 2022
Contact Name: Michael Norris
Contact E-mail: michael.norris@dnr.wa.gov
Contact Phone: 360-522-5746

Job: Habitat Specialist - Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever - Yankton, SD (posted Apr 29, 2022)

This full-time position represents a partnership between South Dakota Game, Fish & Parks (SDGFP) and Pheasants Forever, Inc (PF). The incumbent will conduct habitat management work on public wildlife management areas. They are full-time, permanent employees of Pheasants Forever and will receive daily leadership from SDGFP Field Managers. Location will be based at Lewis & Clark Recreation Area near Yankton, SD. Habitat management work may include site preparation, planting, management of food plots, diverse native seedings and dense nesting cover, shrub or shelterbelt plantings, tree removal and prescribed fire.

Deadline: May 17, 2022
Contact Name: Matt Morlock
Contact Phone: 605-881-8258

Job: Fire Prevention Forestry Technician (Multiple Openings) - US Forest Service - Multiple Locations, California (posted Apr 5, 2022)

This is an open, continuous announcement. Close Date Extended to 5/16/2022 from 01/18/2022. This type of announcement provides the Forest Service with a readily available source of applicants when vacancies occur. Duties listed are at full performance grade GS-07 level.

This position is responsible for development, implementation and administration of the unit's Fire Prevention Program:

  • Provides technical expertise on fire protection and prevention issues. Analyzes, coordinates, organizes and develops comprehensive Wildfire Prevention Analysis Plans for the unit.
  • Plans, supervises, schedules, directs and coordinates prevention activities. Plans and supervises exhibits and events for fire prevention/education activities.
  • Performs suppression operations on fire management unit.
  • Responsible for updating fire occurrence map and large fire history annually. Plans, organizes, supervises, schedules and directs group prevention/education contacts with external entities.
  • Prepares annual financial and budgetary plans for the prevention program using the appropriate data to prepare the workload cost analysis.
  • Establishes and maintains liaison with local law enforcement personnel for violations of State Law, fire-setter contacts and other violations.
  • As part of industrial fire prevention inspections, issues on the spot Notices of Violations, and designates corrective action required for fire precaution regulations.
  • Recommends issuing burning or campfire permits for the Unit with regards to Fire Danger Levels, monitors for compliance/non-compliance and manages records.
  • Performs suppression operations on fire management unit. Manages the unit's fire detection program as required.

Deadline: May 16, 2022

Job: Program Coordinator - Southwest Fire Science Consortium - Flagstaff, AZ (posted May 9, 2022)

The Program Coordinator maintains and coordinates the Southwest Fire Science Consortium within the School of Forestry. Ensures the implementation of policies and practices, and conducts oversight, review, and analysis of the effectiveness and compliance of the program. The position is in charge of communication/outreach, coordination, event planning, deliverable tracking and maintaining and helping to develop new and existing partnerships. Additional work includes: develop and create communication materials for the media, and policy makers as needed (and as requested); help to manage new partnerships; manage the website and update it; and understand and use online programs for virtual events to improve interactivity (google jamboard, Mural, and Mentimeter). The coordinator will create working papers, GIS Story Maps, and videos that support the goals of the program. The coordinator will also help with proposal development to continue and expand new lines of work and will track new and existing budgets. Coordinator will also support development of contracts and agreements with federal partners.

If you are interested or have questions: please contact Dr. Andi Thode (andi.thode@nau.edu, 928-523-5457) or Barb Satink Wolfson (barb.wolfson@nau.edu, 928-523-1148), Northern Arizona University.

Deadline: May 16, 2022

Job: Southwest Fire and Fuels Project Manager - Forest Stewards Guild - Santa Fe, NM (posted May 5, 2022)

The Fire and Fuels Project Manager will manage and coordinate projects within the Guild’s fire and fuels program in New Mexico, which seeks to find innovative ways to solve the challenging problems related to wildfire through increasing implementation of prescribed fire on private and public land, creating training and education opportunities, increasing collaboration, and creatively filling gaps and broadening the definition of fire management. Projects within this program include the All Hands All Lands Burn Team (AHAL) and the Forest Stewards Youth Corps Fire and Fuels Crews, in addition to other existing and upcoming projects across the region. The Fire and Fuels Project Manager will work closely with the Fire and Fuels Program Manager and Directors in the Santa Fe office.

Deadline: May 15, 2022
Contact Name: Sam Berry
Contact E-mail: sam@forestguild.org

Job: Fuels Management Forester - Washington Dept Natural Resources - Chelan, Kittitas, or Yakima Counties, WA (posted May 12, 2022)

The Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is looking for a Fuels Management Forester to coordinate prescribed fire and fuels reduction projects on State Trust Lands and Community Forests within its Southeast Region. As a part of the State Lands Forest Operations Team this position will collaborate with Unit Foresters and other programs to accomplish the goals laid out by the 20 Year Forest Health Strategic Plan. By performing these activities, this position helps to manage, sustain, and protect the health and productivity of Washington’s lands and waters to meet the needs of present and future generations.

Deadline: May 15, 2022
Contact Name: Jason Emsley
Contact Phone: 509-856-8476

Job: Farm Bill Wildlife Biologist (2 Positions) - Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever - Morrison and Fairfield, IL (posted Apr 26, 2022)

These positions will be employees of and supervised by Pheasants Forever, Inc. and Quail Forever (PFQF), with daily instruction, quality assurance, training, and workload prioritization provided by USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) and the PF Senior Farm Bill Biologist. Two vacancies are available. These positions will be located within USDA Service Centers and will provide conservation technical assistance and conservation program within their assigned districts. Occasional service to counties outside the primary work area may be required to address annual workload variance and assist teammates and partners. The biologist(s) will work in joint capacity with NRCS, IDNR, and other partners to promote, accelerate enrollment, coordinate, and implement the conservation provisions of the Federal Farm Bill and other related wildlife conservation programs. These positions will also meet with local chapters of Pheasants Forever and other local partners to influence habitat management efforts and participate in statewide habitat meetings. Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities include a strong background in prescribed fire, both implementation and education.

Deadline: May 13, 2022
Contact Name: Katie Kauzlarich-Stockman
Contact Phone: (309) 264-1678

Job: Wildlife Habitat Technician - Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever - Watertown, SD (posted Apr 29, 2022)

These positions will foster the mutual conservation objectives of Pheasants Forever (PF) and South Dakota Game, Fish & Parks (SDGFP) by assisting in the development of upland bird habitat on lands owned by SDGFP throughout South Dakota.  The Habitat Tech. will assist the Habitat Specialist on SDGFP owned public lands by planting and cultivating food plots, improving nesting and brood rearing cover, woody cover plots and other habitat enhancement projects.  These cooperatively funded positions will receive weekly work direction from the Habitat Specialist and SDGFP Regional Habitat Program Managers.  Onsite work will include, but not limited to: small and large equipment operation, equipment transport, site preparation, seed mixing & planting, mechanical & chemical weed control, tillage and mowing practices, fencing, posting and signing, livestock management practices, controlled burning and other agricultural practices.  Wildlife surveys may be conducted, and monitoring habitat improvements will be ongoing. The ability and willingness to work long hours during crucial periods of the growing season and coordinating work activities with SDGFP is required.  Administrative duties will include, detailed record keeping, accomplishment reporting, time management, and coordination with and assisting SDGFP habitat staff with area management plans.  Pheasants Forever organizational training will be provided by PF Regional Wildlife Biologist and PF National Office.

Deadline: May 2, 2022
Contact Name: Matt Morlock
Contact Phone: 605-881-8258

Job: Research Scientist - Univ. Washington Climate Impacts Group - Seattle, WA (posted Jan 5, 2022)

The Climate Impacts Group (CIG) seeks a full-time Research Scientist to support the CIG's research and applications on climate impacts and adaptation in natural resources. Candidates who are passionate about our organizational mission and our co-production model are a must as research is co-produced with federal, tribal, state, and local partners. CIG is seeking a candidate with a natural resources background and project management experience who can support climate impacts and adaptation research projects led by the CIG’s senior scientists. Focus areas may include natural hazards and ecological disturbances, landscape conservation, species and ecosystems, water resources, and sea level rise and coastal impacts.

While educational attainment is valued, we also encourage applications from practitioners who have worked in government, non-profits, or other organizations who can bring practical experience with climate adaptation in the natural resource sector.

This position will: 1) work with the CIG’s senior scientists to conduct applied research on climate impacts and adaptation in natural resources; 2) engage with partners and decision makers on projects in all stages of the adaptation process from vulnerability assessment to planning and implementation; and 3) provide analytical, logistical, and project management support for research and applications.

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

Job: Geospatial Data Analyst - Geographic Information Network of Alaska (GINA) - Fairbanks, AK (posted Feb 22, 2022)

The Geographic Information Network of Alaska (GINA) within the Geophysical Institute at UAF seeks a geospatial analyst to support near real-time satellite remote sensing operations. GINA serves products via public data portals to serve the forecasting and research needs of scientific users across Alaska; we are looking for a team member to assist with robust delivery of these products, accompanied by innovative visualizations. This position also includes the opportunity to support research projects that analyze historical remote sensing data with application to environmental change and natural resource management. Review of applications will begin January 10.

Deadline: Jan 10, 2022

Job: Prescribed Fire Crew Member (5 positions) - Washington Dept. Fish and Wildlife - Multiple Locations in Eastern Washington (posted Mar 9, 2022)

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) Prescribed Fire Crew Members will provide agency expertise and leadership while supporting the management of non-forest and forestlands, including restoration through prescribed (Rx) burning, and will coordinate and perform professional and skilled fire regime restoration efforts on a professional prescribed fire crew. These are opportunities to support fire dependent dry forests, rangelands, and wildlife habitats through safe fuels reduction, reconfiguration, and implementation of Rx burns on WDFW owned/managed lands.

Please Note: This recruitment is posted until April 7th, 2022. Application review will be ongoing, however, applicants are encouraged to submit application materials as soon as possible. The Hiring Manager reserves the right to close the posting at any time.

Deadline: Apr 7, 2022

Job: Insect Ecology Internship - American Conservation Experience - Williamsport, MD (posted Mar 28, 2022)

American Conservation Experience, a nonprofit Conservation Corps, in partnership with the National Park Service, is seeking an Insect Ecology Intern to assist with monitoring, sampling, and identifying terrestrial insects associated with various projects throughout the Park.

Start Date: April/May 2022
End Date: 30 weeks from start date

This position will be working in the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park and will focus on insect trap deployment and monitoring; collecting insect and associated plant samples; active insect sampling; identification of insects; and various other duties, depending on interests of the incumbent. The position will contribute to various research projects during the field season of 2022:

  • Sampling epigeic and aerial insects after prescribed fire management
  • Comparing insect communities from first year (rosette) to second year (adult) invasive garlic mustard (Alliaria petiolata) plants
  • Collecting and identifying floral visitors on Pycnanthemum virginianum, an imperiled plant species
  • Assist in experimental set up and sample collection to examine insect communities at river otter latrines
  • Sampling for floral visitors in managed meadow habitats