We are looking for one field assistant to help search nests of a small bird, mangrove gerygone and large-billed gerygone in Darwin. The main objective of this research is to gain a better understanding of the breeding ecology of gerygone species, and the coevolution between gerygone species and little bronze-cuckoo. Research will be conducted in Darwin, Australia. We will be based in Darwin city, and travel to several sites. A volunteer field assistant is needed from the beginning/mid of Marchto April/May 2020 for two months. The exact datesareflexible but need to be around this time. Overall duties will include nest searching and monitoring, recording begging calls and adult calls for cuckoos, and data entry. Previous experience with fieldwork is highly desired, and nest sear

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