Environmentálne dobrovoľníctvo, Doñana (Španielsko)

Dobrovoľníci budú aktívne spolupracovať na vedeckých programoch monitorovania vtákov (ich sčítanie a značenie) a na niekoľkých projektoch realizácií kampaní na obnovu a ochranu biotopov. Účastníkmi by mali byť vysoko motivovaní mladí ľudia, ktorí majú záujem o ochranu a štúdium životného prostredia.


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Young European volun­te­ers from dif­fe­rent coun­tries will par­ti­ci­pa­te in acti­vi­ties deve­lo­ped in impor­tant natu­ral are­as, living toget­her with the local com­mu­ni­ty and wor­king side by side in a local volun­te­er team. Intercultural issu­es, the value of cul­tu­ral diver­si­ty, the exchan­ge of expe­rien­ces, the mutu­al enrich­ment, the res­pect and tole­ran­ce will be pro­mo­ted. Fieldwork: The volun­te­ers will acti­ve­ly col­la­bo­ra­te in our scien­ti­fic bird moni­to­ring prog­rams (cen­sus and mar­king) in Doñana and seve­ral pro­jects of habi­tat res­to­ra­ti­on and con­ser­va­ti­on cam­paigns in Doñana and other natu­ral are­as. From the Francisco Bernis Bird Centre, we deve­lop awa­re­ness cam­paigns and envi­ron­men­tal edu­ca­ti­on prog­rams among the local com­mu­ni­ty. The volun­te­ers also will col­la­bo­ra­te with visi­tor mana­ge­ment staff in the Francisco Bernis Bird Centre.


Food: The volun­te­er will rece­i­ve eve­ry month 160 € for food. Accommodation: Private room in a sha­red accom­mo­da­ti­on with other young peop­le. The accom­mo­da­ti­on will be ful­ly equ­ip­ped and elect­ri­ci­ty, water, gas will be cove­red by the hos­ting orga­ni­za­ti­on. The prac­ti­cal arran­ge­ments (wor­king hours, days off per week, holi­da­ys): The volun­te­er works 35 hours on 5 days per week. There is an entit­le­ment to holi­da­ys for 2 days per month, alto­get­her holi­da­ys days that can be taken after con­sul­ting with the SEO/​BirdLife team.


The volun­te­ers will rece­i­ve trai­ning semi­nars inc­lu­ding detai­led infor­ma­ti­on on all the acti­vi­ties in which they will col­la­bo­ra­te, as well as the natu­ral and social envi­ron­ment in which it deve­lops. We also orga­ni­ze works­hops and infor­ma­ti­on ses­si­ons. The volun­te­ers will rece­i­ve short cour­ses on eco­lo­gy, bio­lo­gy, spe­cies iden­ti­fi­ca­ti­on, and mar­king and moni­to­ring of spe­cies. Language sup­port: The volun­te­er is entit­led to rece­i­ve a lan­gu­age sup­port with an onli­ne plat­form, as sta­ted on the Erasmus+ prog­ram­me guide


Participants should be young and high­ly moti­va­ted volun­te­ers, sho­wing spe­cial inte­rest in the con­ser­va­ti­on and stu­dy of the envi­ron­ment. Willingness to coope­ra­te, per­so­nal ini­tia­ti­ve, a posi­ti­ve atti­tu­de to col­la­bo­ra­te in fiel­dwork, tole­ran­ce, res­pect for the cus­toms and cul­tu­re of the other volun­te­ers and the local com­mu­ni­ty, as well as the sen­se of humor will be high­ly app­re­cia­ted. Applicants must have a good gene­ral health. Once the rec­ru­it­ment pro­cess is ope­ned, volun­te­ers ful­fil­ling the abo­ve men­ti­oned pro­fi­le will be shortlisted.