The Cetacean Observation Program PROCETUS, located in Baja California,
Mexico is offering its third course/internship on monitoring cetaceans in
Bahia de los Angeles, Baja California, Mexico. This course is directed to
students or anyone interested in learning more about whales and/or want to
gain valuable research experience on the field.
This one-week course includes 6 days of boat surveys. Each survey
consisting of 6 to 8 boat hours along the Canal de Ballenas in Bahia de los
Angeles. Each day, students/interns will learn photo-id research, sampling
techniques, behavioral observations and GIS mapping. Although students
cannot obtain academic credit with this course, we encourage students to
talk to their teachers in order to take this course as an independent
study. Interns will receive a certificate of completion at the end of the
course, if required.
June 1st - 8th, 2018
*The fee includes*
· Transportation to/from Bahia de los Angeles from/to San
Diego/Tijuana (11-12 hour drive).
· Accommodation at local Hotel.
· All meals.
· Field work: boat surveys.
*The fee does not include *
· Travel to San Diego or Tijuana
· Travel insurance
· Expenses incurred before/after the course
· Spending money
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