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  • Short term Volunteer Field Assistant

    • Peru (PE)
    • Volunteer
    • Tambopata Macaw Project Coordinator

    Monitoring macaws in the wild in the amazon rainforest of Peru. Monitor claylick, parrot/macaw forest census & record behavior in macaw nests

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  • SLOTH REHAB INTERN - HEREDIA

    • Heredia, Costa Rica (CR)
    • The Sloth Institute Costa Rica

    SLOTH REHAB INTERN - HEREDIA The Saving Sloths Together (SST) program was founded in 2017 by The Toucan Rescue Ranch and The Sloth Institute with t...

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  • Sloth Assistant Team Volunteer

    • Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica (CR)
    • The Sloth Institute Costa Rica

    DESCRIPTION The Sloth Institute Costa Rica (TSI) was founded in 2014 for the purpose of enhancing the welfare of captive and wild sloths through re...

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  • SLOTH REHAB INTERN - HEREDIA

    • Heredia, Costa Rica (CR)
    • The Sloth Institute Costa Rica

    SLOTH REHAB INTERN - HEREDIA The Saving Sloths Together (SST) program was founded in 2017 by The Toucan Rescue Ranch and The Sloth Institute with t...

  • SLOTH NANNY INTERN - HEREDIA

    • Heredia, Costa Rica (CR)
    • The Sloth Institute Costa Rica

    SLOTH NANNY INTERN - HEREDIA The Saving Sloths Together (SST) program was founded in 2017 by The Toucan Rescue Ranch and The Sloth Institute with t...

  • Wetland Ecologist

    • University of Alberta, Edmonton (City), Alberta (CA)
    •   $67,057 to $92,809 per year
    • Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Institute

    The Wetland Ecologist works in ABMI's Science Centre and is responsible for analyzing data to support environmental management throughout Alberta.

  • Lead Field Studies Instructor

    • International locations
    • Compensation is competitive.
    • Wildlands Studies

    Wildlands Studies seeks MSc or PhD holders to be the Lead Instructor on our academically rigorous, wilderness-based six-week field study programs.