We offer customized itineraries for qualified people interested to assist scientists and/or staff in conservation related projects. Some degree of education or training in the biological sciences may be required. Projects include working with camera traps or drone cameras to collect data on animal species of interest, assisting scientists in describing new species, working with Amazonia’s staff biologist, assisting regional conservation NGOs or working with university scientists investigating the flora and fauna of the Tahuayo River basin.
Internships are also available for a modest number of high school and college students. Internships and conservation project itineraries typically involve a commitment of 3 weeks to 6 months. Cost is dependent on the background qualifications and project type. More information about ongoing research that you may assist in can be found on this page. Or please contact us for more information.
Reservation is made with a deposit of $250.