This position gives an opportunity to experience the height of each respective species’ survey season. Spotted owl surveys include searching known owl nesting sites to determine occupancy, nesting, and reproductive success. There will be some day work during the month of April focused on activity center searches, and primarily night work will occur in late April, May and June conducting callback surveys. As the season progresses toward summer, experience the peak of marbled murrelet season when the birds are most active, and the survey effort is most critical. Hike through the beautiful coastal range and experience the forest as it wakes up, listening and watching for one of the most unique seabirds of the region. Full-season project commitment is necessar

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