Multiple biological field technicians are needed to conduct surveys for a threatened seabird, the Marbled Murrelet, on private and government-owned forest lands in western Oregon. The work includes conducting early morning surveys in mature and old-growth coniferous forests following a strict protocol, establishment of survey routes, collecting habitat data, conducting surveys, transcribing data onto field forms and into an electronic database, and reporting to your crew lead and supervisor. Applicants should be comfortable navigating and working alone in the forest before dawn and in inclement weather. Some survey stations are located on roads, while most stations require hiking 15 min – 1 hour each way through steep and rugged terrain. Hiking into survey stations will be done in the da

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