Conservation Internship Costa Rica is now closed for 2016.
During your initial 12 weeks you will be focusing on areas including:
• Jaguar feeding patterns and population studies: Setting up camera traps and monitoring jaguar feeding patterns
• Sea Turtle conservation (Seasonal March - October): monitoring and recording important conservation data on the sea turtles
• Bird research: Assist with monitoring aquatic bird species and their migrating patterns
• Jaguar, mammal and prey studies: assist with research in the national parks including setting up and monitoring camera traps.
The research carried out by interns has contributed to critical data for the Costa Rican government, impacting their decisions to ensure the future of the bio diverse rainforest.