Wildlife Internships
Don Edwards S.F. Bay National Wildlife Refuge
Location: San Francisco

Date: Not specified

Paid: Not specified

Application Deadline: Not specified

Eligibility: Not specified

Description: The San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge Complex maintains a year-round intern program, offering qualified individuals the opportunity to gain experience in the fields of wildlife biology, environmental education or visitor services. For periods of time varying from 12 weeks to a year, interns reside at Don Edwards SFB NWR while supporting one or more of the National Wildlife Refuges within the Complex.

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Yazoo National Wildlife Refuge

Location: Mississippi

Date: Spring and possibly, summer

Paid: Yes; $100 per week stipend

Application Deadline: Not specified

Eligibility:

# Some experience or skill with woodworking equipment or hand tools would be helpful.
# Familiarity with and ability to operate small boats is desirable.
# Skill in identifying waterfowl, shorebirds, waders, and songbirds is desirable

Description: As a Yazoo Refuge intern you would be working with wood duck box maintenance and production checks, passerine nest boxes, moist soil management, waterfowl surveys, and other wildlife-related work projects.

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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Alaska Region

Location: Alaska

Description: Different internship programs available on their website.

 

 
South Dakota State Parks

Location: South Dakota

Description: Lists some internships that are offered throught the United States having to do with GIS. See website for links and more information.

 
Wallkill River National Wildlife Refuge
Location: Wallkill River National Wildlife Refuge, Sussex, NJ Shawangunk Grasslands National Wildlife Refuge, Gardner, NY

Date: Summer

Paid: Yes (a stipend of $177 per week)

Application Deadline: February 1 (or until filled)

Eligibility: Applicant must be at least eighteen years of age, have the ability to work with minimal supervision, possess a valid driver’s license, and have good physical ability. Preference will be given to individuals pursuing a degree specializing in environmental conservation, wildlife/habitat management or environmental education.

Description: The refuge seeks to fill several intern positions for the upcoming field season, which typically runs from May through August. These positions would be directly involved in the research and field work related to the following areas:

Indiana Bat
Bog Turtle
General Habitat Management
Outreach Programs

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