Interns needed for Big Cat Research Project
Agency: Raven Adventures
Location: South Africa
Job Description: As a intern with this project, you will be spending two weeks during the summer of 2012 in the world famous Kruger game park. During your stay you will be working in the field gathering data from a research vehicle while on game drives and at observation points set up at water holes and past kill sites. You will be collecting information on cat habitats, distribution patterns, prey availability, the time/GPS location of each cat, as well as filming and photographing these predators. In addition to the research component, you will have the opportunity to observe a wide variety of animals such as elephants, rhinos, hippos, hyenas, and giraffes!
This research safari is being conducted by Raven Adventures, the sister organization of the award-winning non-profit The Global Classroom. Raven Adventures and The Global Classroom focus on hands-on conservation, community outreach, and environmental education.
For more information or to apply, visit our website at http://www.ravenadventures.com/The_Cat_Project.html or contact us by phone at 978-724-3530 or through email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Qualifications: This opportunity is open to those who would like to gain experience in field observation, animal behavior research, and conservation photography / videography.
Last Date to apply: January 31, 2012
Contact: Colin Garland