mercredi 16 mars 2016

Internship on foraging behaviour of Nightjars

Avian Research Internship available. 
We are looking to recruit a research intern to assist with a project on the foraging behaviour of Nightjars breeding on the Humberhead peatlands, UK. Applicants should have experience of bird ringing and fieldwork. Experience using of tracking tags, performing breeding bird surveys and/or moth traping would be advantageous. A clean EU driving licence would also be beneficial. The internship will run from the start of June until mid-August 2016. Accommodation in a cottage near Hatfield Moor will be provided along with a small weekly stipend and contribution to travel costs within the UK. 
To apply please send your CV and a covering letter stating your experience and motivations for applying by 18th April 2016. Applications and informal enquiries can be sent to
Dr Kathryn Arnold, Environment Department, University of York, York, UK
See for more information about the project.