|Title||Global environmental effects on seabirds|
If you like birds, being outdoors, and would like to work with an international group of researchers, just get in touch and we can discuss a project that would fit your interests!
The student will participate in the general monitoring of the breeding population and can be involved in (i) behavioural observations, (ii) reproductive checks, (iii) blood sampling using bloodsucking bugs, (iv) ring reading and (v) general colony maintenance. The fieldwork can be demanding but is shared within a team and will involve many close interactions with the birds. Prior experience with birds or fieldwork is appreciated, but not required. The student will be working in a highly dynamic and international team, and should be comfortable using English as the main working language.
Interested students are invited to get in contact with Dr Maria Moiron (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Dr Sandra Bouwhuis (email@example.com). A brief motivation statement and/or CV will be appreciated.
|Home institution||Institute for Biology and Environmental Sciences|
|Type of work||practical / application-focused|
|Type of thesis||Bachelor's or Master's degree|
|Author||Dr. Maria Moiron|