Do you love to be outdoors, searching for and learning about Minnesota’s native animals, big and small? And do you enjoy sharing that passion with others? If so, our BioDiscovery Project internship might be for you!
The Minnesota Zoo’s brand new BioDiscovery Project aims to discover, document, and monitor the native biodiversity found on the Minnesota Zoo's 485-acre site; share our discoveries in a fun, engaging and artistic manner (i.e., through wildlife photography and an interactive website/social media); and provide a format and assistance for others to discover, share, celebrate and learn about the biodiversity in their own neighborhoods.
Duties to include:
Internship applicants must be able to work outdoors under a variety of conditions. We’re looking for energetic, enthusiastic, reliable interns who work well with people (variety of ages) and are both interested and able to locate and help identify native wildlife species. Ability to use digital SLR cameras and GPS units is preferred but not required. Good computer and writing skills are also preferred.
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