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Bat netting opportunity

William Talbot is looking for field help this summer with a bat project in Arizona. It is basically about 6 weeks of night shift in the Sonoran Desert near Tucson.  A comfortable guest house will be available on the edge of Tucson where equipment is housed for doing metabolic studies on bats. They will mist net for bats in the first part of the night then return to the house to perform the studies before returning the bats to the wild. 

 Experience with handling bats is helpful but not a must, as we can do all the actual handling if need be because of immunization status or comfort level. The pay is $1200/mon ($300/week) and food and lodging are provided. If interested please contact William Talbot, PhD Student

Department of Biology
MSC 03 2020
University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131
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505-363-1041

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