lunes, 23 de febrero de 2015

Wildlife Research Intern South Africa

Accepted applicants will work directly alongside the ecological manager of a big 5 reserve in the Greater Kruger National Park. Interns will live in a rustic bush camp, which is the base for all research operations.

Research includes predator-prey dynamics, elephant identification and dynamics, flora surveys, and animal census, amongst others.
There is a charge to cover room and board during your stay, as well as transportation from Eastgate Airport in Hoedspruit to the camp.

Please take a look at our 'intern' section of our website for more details.

Applicants must have or be working towards a degree in biology, ecological management or a related field. Please compile and email us a brief personal statement about your interest in joining our project, along with a brief resume, as well as your desired dates and duration of stay, to be considered for the position.

Please ensure you have reviewed the information on our website- before you apply

Contact Information:
John Slabbert
Project Coordinator