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Conservation and Research Summer Intern

Sadly, due to the circumstances with COVID-19, our internship for 2020 has been put on hold until further notice. Please see below for more information about our internships, which we hope to offer in 2021.

Interns help with the activities of the Trust’s Conservation and Research Department. The work involves a variety of activities that could include bird surveys, small mammal monitoring, radio-tracking, public engagement and education, on-park duties, literature searching and some data management and analysis.

Terms: Our internships are usually 8-10 weeks during the summer.

Location: Based on-site at the Hawk Conservancy Trust and with fieldwork in surrounding areas (Wiltshire, Hampshire, Berkshire, West Sussex).

The ideal intern would have:

Did you know?
Owls have four toes; a permanent back toe and three front toes. One of these front toes can rotate to the front or back to allow owls to improve their grip on their captured prey.
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