The Prescott College Kino Bay Center for Cultural and Ecological Studies seeks a Fellow to contribute to conservation efforts through waterbird monitoring. The center's mission is to protect priority species and habitats through the integrated application of education, science, information exchange, and community participation.
The responsibilities of the fellowship recipient will collaborate with interns, students, researchers, and local indigenous groups to conduct all aspects of each project. Duties include field data collection, data entry, analysis, and synthesis. The fellow will also participate in events, outreach, and collaboration with other programs at the center.
Required experience and skills include a strong interest/commitment to bird conservation, experience with GPS units and ArcGIS, experience with research protocols for field studies, fluency in the Spanish language, and other field-oriented skills.
If you wish to apply for or inquire about the fellowship, you may contact Lorayne Meltser .
For further information, you can visit the center's website.