1 November 2017 – 28 February 2018
Assisting a master's student with understanding the nightly movements of short-tailed bats at Pureora Forest Park, by radio-tracking bats at night.
What to expect
Experience required: The night work will mainly be on farmland with small forest patches, so you don’t need to be hugely fit, but a tolerance for night work and remaining cheerful when tired would be very helpful. Experience with radio tracking would be ideal, but this can also be taught on-site.
Transport/accommodation: If necessary, accommodation is provided for a small cost at Pureora Village. Volunteers must supply their own transport to Pureora Village.
Food: Food is not included.
How to apply
For more information and to apply contact Ruby Bennett.