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Skylos Ecology Mentoring Program

 

Do you have a conservation project that could benefit from a conservation detection dog?

If so, we might have the perfect opportunity for you...

Skylos Ecology Mentoring Program

 

The conservation detection dog field is a growing industry.  At Skylos Ecology, we’ve worked on many conservation detection dog projects including threatened species, biosecurity invasive weeds, citizen science and invasive predator monitoring to name a few.  The application of conservation detection dogs goes far beyond this scope alone.  Their potential is endless…

 

Whilst there are many conservation projects out there that could benefit from a conservation detection dog team, we understand just how difficult getting started in this field can be.  Handling a conservation detection dog requires considerable training and mentoring.  Turning a conservation idea into a fully formed plan requires experience and know-how.  That’s why we’ve created the Skylos Ecology Mentoring Program (SEMP).

 

Each year, Skylos Ecology will mentor two successful SEMP candidates.  Our skilled team will guide and train the candidates on their specific conservation passion project in an effort to reach their goals through utilisation of conservation detection dogs.

 

Our SEMP puts conservation first.  All applicants must have a conservation project plan in mind when applying for this program.

 

 

Do you have a conservation project that could benefit from a conservation detection dog?

If so, we might have the perfect opportunity for you...

Skylos Ecology Mentoring Program

 

The conservation detection dog field is a growing industry.  At Skylos Ecology, we’ve worked on many conservation detection dog projects including threatened species, biosecurity invasive weeds, citizen science and invasive predator monitoring to name a few.  The application of conservation detection dogs goes far beyond this scope alone.  Their potential is endless…

 

Whilst there are many conservation projects out there that could benefit from a conservation detection dog team, we understand just how difficult getting started in this field can be.  Handling a conservation detection dog requires considerable training and mentoring.  Turning a conservation idea into a fully formed plan requires experience and know-how.  That’s why we’ve created the Skylos Ecology Mentoring Program (SEMP).

 

Each year, Skylos Ecology will mentor two successful SEMP candidates.  Our skilled team will guide and train the candidates on their specific conservation passion project in an effort to reach their goals through utilisation of conservation detection dogs.

 

Our SEMP puts conservation first.  All applicants must have a conservation project plan in mind when applying for this program.