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Murre Project Biologist Job Announcement

A Wildlife (Seabird) Biologist is being sought to work on a seabird restoration and monitoring project for Common Murres (Uria aalge) and other seabirds along the central California coast. This project is conducted cooperatively by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge Complex) and Humboldt State University. The purpose of the restoration project is to aid in restoring Common Murre colonies that have suffered damages from oil spills, human disturbance, and other anthropogenic factors. Other aspects of the project include seabird colony monitoring, aerial and boat surveys of seabird colonies, public education, and production of reports and publications. Successful applicants must be willing to work long hours, on weekends, and in inclement weather. This position will be located at the San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge Complex headquarters in Fremont, California, but overnight travel is required to various field sites.

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