Deadline extended: Native American Research Assistantship

Clouds envelop Oregon’s Coast Range, one of the locations for 2019 Native American Research Assistantship projects. ©Loren Kerns

The deadline to submit applications for 2019 Native American Research Assistantships has been extended to Dec. 1. To apply, please download an application form.

Research projects currently slated to be available for 2019 assistantships include:

  1. Assessment of camera trap surveys to estimate wild pig and white-tailed deer density
  2. Bat surveys and greater sage-grouse vegetation studies in the Buffalo Gap National Grassland of South Dakota
  3. Bioacoustic surveys for owls in Oregon’s Coast Range
  4. Evaluating restoration treatments to promote flora and fauna important to the Washoe Tribe

This program is facilitated by The Wildlife Society and the U.S. Forest Service, a Premier Partner of TWS.

Read more about this year’s program and application process here.