This project takes place at the Osa Peninsula in Costa Rica, Central America, from mid-November to mid-August every year.
The Osa Peninsula is a priority area for conservation and considered to be one of the more biodiverse places on earth relative to its size (1093 km2), with 2.5% of the world’s living species.
It is also home of the last and larger remnant of tropical moist lowland forest of the Mesoamerican Pacific slope.
* Dedicate 12 hours a day to non-human primates research 2 days a week
* Collaborate with Grant writing 1-2 days a week
* Collaborate with Environmental Education 1 day a week
* Enjoy your free weekends to explore the area
Write to us with your CV and a Cover Letter to firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.