Utila Iguana Conservation Project Honduras
The core goal of our organization is to preserve and study the endemic and critically endangered Utila Spiny-tailed Iguana, Ctenosaura bakeri (also known as 'swamper') and its critical mangrove habitat. Other core goals of the project include sustainable development of the island of Utila (a popular destination for divers), as well as promotion […]
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Duration of program:
3 weeks minimum
Adults of both sexes 22+
The station fee is 80 Euros per week (or equivalent in US Dollars) which covers training, a bedroom, water, gas, electricity, drinking water, Wi-Fi, washing machine. Volunteers who stay for periods of less than three months have to pay an additional registration fee of 130 Euros. You are expected to take enough money to cover personal expenses such as food and leisure while on the project.
The Breeding Season is from March to July. The rest of the year volunteers will participate in resident research and conservation projects that may include mangrove restoration, native and invasive mammal species monitoring, and coastal erosion monitoring.
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