Job Description: Turnstone is currently hiring multiple field biologists and field crew leaders to conduct surveys for the marbled murrelet, a threatened species of seabird that nests primarily in coastal old growth forests. These positions are considered full-time seasonal. Surveys will be on federal, state and private lands in Oregon. Marbled murrelet surveys follow an exacting protocol, and surveyors will be required to work independently during pre-dawn hours in remote areas. The work involves extensive travel, hiking off-trail in the dark (occasionally long distances), navigating forest terrain, and enduring regular periods of inclement weather. Surveyor will be stationed in one of several communities in western Oregon, to include Astoria, Corvallis, Forest Grove, Nehalem, Tillamo

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