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Institute For Wildlife Studies average salary is $43,350, median salary is $43,350 with a salary range from $34,700 to $52,000.
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34,700
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43,350
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43,350
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52,000
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Wildlife Biologist 34,700-52,000 Arcata, CA, 95518 2010 Institute For Wildlife Studies Wildlife Biologist Salaries (2)
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  • Institute for Wildlife Studies
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Arcata, CA
  • Since 1998, IWS has been involved in the research program to aid in the recovery of the critically endangered San Clemente Loggerhead Shrike ( Lanius ludovicianus mearnsi). At the onset of IWS's involvement with the shrike program, the San Clemente Loggerhead Shrike was probably the rarest vertebrate in North America, with a wild population reaching a low of 14 adults. From 1998 to 2000, the San Clemente Loggerhead Shrike research program implemented a project to understand seasonal abundance and vegetation type associations of shrike prey (insects, lizards, and mice; Lynn et al. 2001). We found that small arthropods, an important...