Biodiversity Interns and Volunteers Required

SOUTH AFRICA / Lajuma Research Centre

Lajuma Research Centre part of the Luvhondo Private Nature Reserve,is located in a biodiversity rich area of northern South Africa.

Operating from Lajuma is the Soutpansberg Centre for Biodiversity and Conservation (SCBC), an independent research and conservation organisation currently working in collaboration with Lajuma. Lajuma Research Centre and Soutpansberg Centre for Biodiversity and Conservation offer and facilitate a wide number of research projects.

Some popular research streams which we have established long-term studies on include: Guinea Fowl Behaviour and Ecology, Hyrax Behaviour and Ecology, Mammalian Seed Dispersal, Forest Biodiversity Conservation and Reptile Diversity and Ecology, Amphibian Diversity and Ecology. Other projects offered include:Entomology; Botany; Rodentology and Forest Biodiversity.

Suitable for interns, post graduate students or any students who have to complete a thesis or dissertation as part of their degree: the SCBC, Western Soutpansberg Biodiversity Project and Lajuma Research Centre are always willing to facilitate new areas of research; making it an ideal space for your dream project.

Programme Highlights

Conduct research for your degree in a warm northern region of South Africa.
Experience the majestic African bush to its fullest, as most days will be spent outside collecting data.
Become more passionate about biodiversity and conservation whilst gaining experience, which will enhance your CV.
Enjoy an excellent opportunity to acquire invaluable field experience.
Visit Kruger National Park, Mapangubwe or other areas of the country during your free time.

Lajuma Research Centre
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Soutpansberg Centre for Biodiversity and Conservation
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Western Soutpansberg Biodiversity Project
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Expires: Dec 30, 2018


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