¿harto del frío? ¡Asistente de campo en Jamaica! ~ Bioblogia.net

2 de octubre de 2007

¿harto del frío? ¡Asistente de campo en Jamaica!

FIELD ASSISTANT– Tired of cold weather, 6 hours of light, and watching
the bird feeder? We have the answer. Be a field assistant on research
studying migratory birds (primarily American redstarts) in Jamaica.
Project begins mid-Jan and continues until early May. Assistants can
expect long hours in the field, six days per week, wading in mangrove
swamp and maneuvering through dense second growth scrub. Competitive
applicants will have experience in netting, banding, and bleeding birds.
Ability to re-sight small active color-banded birds is also preferred.
These positions are voluntary but travel to and from Jamaica as well as
food and lodging is provided. Start date is approximately mid-Jan, 2008.
Send cover letter, CV, and contact info for 3 references to PETER MARRA,
Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center, National Zoological Park, PO Box
37012 MRC 5503 Washington, DC 20013-7012 or email (preferred) (EM:
marrap AT si.edu).

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