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Wildlife Habitat Council average salary is $77,000, median salary is $77,000 with a salary range from $65,000 to $89,000.
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Programmer/back-end Developer 65,000-65,000 Boston, MA, 02101 2015 Wildlife Habitat Council Programmer/back-end Developer Salaries (1)
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Senior Software Developer 89,000-89,000 Boston, MA, 02101 2014 Wildlife Habitat Council Senior Software Developer Salaries (1)
Wildlife Habitat Council Boston, MA Salaries
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  • Wildlife Habitat Council
  • Industry: Non-Profit
  • City: Silver Spring, MD
  • The Wildlife Habitat Council (WHC) is a nonprofit, nonlobbying 501(c)(3) group of corporations, conservation organizations, and individuals dedicated to restoring and enhancing wildlife habitat. Created in 1988, WHC helps large landowners, particularly corporations, manage their unused lands in an ecologically sensitive manner for the benefit of wildlife. More than 2 million acres in 48 states, Puerto Rico, and 16 other countries are managed for wildlife through WHC-assisted projects.