Wildlife Biologist Tucson, AZ Salary Data

Our salary data for a Wildlife Biologist in Tucson, AZ represents the current average and range for jobs in both the public and private sectors. Compensation will vary by industry, company size, and niche. Salaries do not include additional compensation, such as commissions or bonuses.

$56,654
Low
Average Salary
$69,090
$89,126
High
National Average
$64,570

The average salary for a Wildlife Biologist in Tucson, AZ is 7% higher than the national average.

Wildlife Biologist Job Openings Near Tucson, AZ

Biological Science Technician (wildlife)

USAJOBS
Bisbee, AZ, USA
$47587 yearly

The incumbent of this position serves as a Biological Science Technician within the USDA, APHIS, WS and performs duties relating to wildlife damage management (WDM) and use of techniques aimed at ...

Senior NEPA Environmental Planner

Logan Simpson
Tempe, AZ, USA
No salary data available

Bachelor or Master's degree in Biology, Planning, Anthropology, Engineering, Landscape Architecture ... US Fish and Wildlife Service, Federal Highway Administration, and the US Forest Service

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Environmental Engineer

Martin Marietta
Tempe, AZ, USA
No salary data available

... waste, wildlife, wetlands, spill response, and petroleum storage. * Maintain an in-depth ... Bachelor's Degree (accredited) in engineering, biology, earth sciences, chemistry or other related ...

Assistant Professor (immunology, animal health, and/or veterinary sciences)

Arizona State University
Mesa, AZ, USA
No salary data available

... wildlife ecology, ecological modeling, and sustainable horticulture faculty dedicated to quality ... Faculty conduct innovative research in applied mathematics, biology, chemistry, physics, and math ...

NEPA Project Manager 1927B NWRC

North Wind Group
Phoenix, AZ, USA
No salary data available

Experience in supporting technical reports including biological assessments and cultural resource reports and working with regulatory agencies such as the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS ...