Call for Applications for Field Courses with Scholarships in Zoology and Botany

Applications for field courses and scholarships are now open for six opportunities hosted across four countries: Peru, India, Bangladesh and Costa Rica. Courses span 2 and 3 weeks and are offered from December 2017 to February 2018. Topics include Entomology, Ornithology, and Botany/Ecology in Peru; Conservation and Zoology in Bangladesh; Tropical Biology and Conservation in Costa Rica; and Primatology and Man-Wildlife Conflict in India. Scholarship opportunities are available for all courses. 


Tigers to Turtles: Conservation and Ecology in Bangladesh, Sundarbans Reserve Forest and Lawachara National Park,Bangladesh, December 11 to 23, 2017  

From Primates to Predators: The Conservation of India's Iconic Mammals, Fringe Ford, India, December 31, 2017 to January 13, 2018    

The Osa Peninsula: Ecological Research and Conservation in Action, Piro BioStation, Costa Rica, December 11 to 23, 2o17         

From Amazon to Andes: The Birds of Peru (Option 1), Los Amigos and Inkaterra Field Stations, Peru, December 26, 2017 to January 7, 2017         

From Amazon to Andes: The Birds of Peru (Option 2), Los Amigos, Inkaterra and Wayqecha Field Stations, Peru, December 26, 2017 to January 13, 2017       

Intense about Insects: Tropical Entomology in the Peruvian Amazon, Los Amigos Biological Field Station and Finca Las Piedras Field Stations, Peru, December 11 to 23, 2017        

Amazonian ABCs: Fundamental of Rainforest Ecology and Field Botany (Session 1), Inkaterra and Malinowsky Field Stations, Peru, December 31, 2017 to January 14, 2018         

Amazonian ABCs: Fundamental of Rainforest Ecology and Field Botany (Session 2), Inkaterra and Malinowsky Field Stations, Peru, February 1 - 15, 2018   



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