APPLICATIONS FOR 2021 ARE NOW CLOSED.
ShoreFin is our dedicated land-based, bottlenose dolphin photo-ID project. The aim of the project is to build up an understanding of bottlenose dolphin site usage within the New Quay bay area, to find out which individuals visit the bay and discover more about the ecology and life history of these animals.
We are looking for one ShoreFin volunteer for the period of 23rd March – 3rd July 2020 and another two volunteers for the period 29th June – 16th November 2020. Priority will be given to those that can volunteer for the full research season.
What You Will Gain
Joining the ShoreFin team is a unique opportunity for you to carry out marine mammal research and contribute to conservation. You’ll learn about the bottlenose dolphins of Cardigan Bay and gain experience in field work, wildlife photography, photo ID, data entry, report writing and much more! This role can be a stepping stone to a career in marine research or conservation.
The Volunteer Role
The ShoreFin volunteers will photograph bottlenose dolphins from land, conduct photo-ID, analyse data and write the annual ShoreFin report.
We’re looking for dedicated volunteers with a passion for marine mammals, experience of photography and photo ID work, who are mature and proactive.
Interested? You can download more information on the ShoreFin Volunteer role and accommodation here.
How To Apply
Download a CBMWC Living Seas Project Volunteer App Form and email it along with a CV and covering letter (no more than one side of A4) detailing your motivations for applying to firstname.lastname@example.org with “ShoreFin App 2020” in the subject line.
You may also apply for the SeaSeal Volunteer Role in the same application form/
Deadline for applications is 23:59pm on Sunday 5th January.
For further information on the role or application process please contact Laura Evans at email@example.com or on 01545 560224CBMWC volunteer