Thursday, May 10, 2012

Needed: Interns for morning patrols (Census)

Bettina and Roger checking a turtle track at the beach of Curral Velho.

Morning patrol/census interns will spend 75% of their time doing morning patrols and the 25% doing night patrols. Interns in this position will gain valuable experience in track identification and nest finding.

The accommodation will be at the camp of Lacacao and the participation cost will be reduced from the normal volunteer fees to help with the longevity of their stay. 

Boa Esperança's team on the way to the beach of Agua Doce.

Interns are expected to get involved in all different areas of work in Lacacao but the main duties will be the morning patrols. You will be working closely with the nest- and hatchery manager.

The conservation interns Emma and Ollie relocating
a nest on Ponta Pesqueiro beach.

Time period available:

 15th June - 15st of October 

(minimum 8 weeks)

Carrie and Lioba during a morning survey on Curral Velho.

Click here for the Application form 

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