Grays Harbor National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) is operated by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, an agency in the United States (Federal) Government. Grays Harbor is part of Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge Complex, so all positions are actually located at Nisqually NWR in Olympia, Washington.
Jobs occasionally open at Nisqually NWR, but on an irregular basis. Employment is typically permanent full-time (PFT). When jobs open they are filled only through a National online service called USA Jobs. Applicants do not apply directly to Nisqually NWR for job openings. If you are interested in a federal job at Nisqually or at any other National Wildlife Refuge, go to usajobs.gov.
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Most of the world's population of Western Sandpipers move through Grays Harbor estuary, some spending two to five days.