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.
ACCOMMODATION, FOOD AND TRANSPORT ARRANGEMENTS
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.
TRAINING DURING THE ACTIVITY
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.