Yosemite Area Audubon Society and Yosemite National Park seek a motivated and enthusiastic intern in excellent physical condition to assist with an on-going Peregrine Falcon nest monitoring study in Yosemite this spring and summer. This is a unique opportunity to work in one of the most spectacular national parks in the country, while contributing toward a conservation project that balances Peregrine Falcon protection with rock climbing access. Learn more about this research program by watching videos posted here: http://www.climbingyosemite.com/portfolio/video-peregrine-falcons-yosemite/
Position Description: The student intern will assist NPS Peregrine biologists with surveying for nesting Peregrine Falcons in Yosemite Valley, front-country, and remote wilderness locations. The intern will conduct surveys using established protocols, recording observations of breeding behavior of Peregrines at potential and historical cliff habitat, and will assist with determining areas where recreational rock climbing may be closed to avoid… Continue reading
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