Volunteer with the Caretta Research Project in 2018!
Here is an opportunity for YOU to experience the thrill of helping a threatened species! Each year, for 17 weeks during the summer, groups of volunteers, ages 15 and up, travel to the beaches of Wassaw National Wildlife Refuge near Savannah, Georgia to help monitor egg-laying and hatching activity and to collect data on the loggerhead turtles.
Application and Waiver Available Weeks
If you are 18 or under, you and your parent or guardian must also sign and submit this Young Biologist form, in addition to the above application and waiver, to ensure that you understand and accept your responsibilities as part of the CRP field team. If spending a week on a remote barrier island in extremely rustic conditions while collecting data on the nesting loggerhead sea turtles sounds like a good time to you, here's how you sign up!
NOTE: PLEASE CALL 912-704-9323 TO MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS. MY CELL WILL BE TURNED OFF!
EARLY REGISTRATION Monday, December 11-Friday, December 22: $975/person/week. Please e-mail prior to sending a check to confirm your reservation.
REGISTRATION STARTING TUESDAY, JANUARY 2nd, 8 am: $825/person/week. When you call to apply for a week, please leave one message with your name, phone number, number of spots requested and your first, second and third choices of weeks. Then please send an e-mail to WassawCRP@aol.com with the same information. I will respond to your e-mail with a confirmation of your reservation.
For both early and open registration: Payment in full is due within 2 weeks of signing up for the project. Please print and sign the application and the Waiver form and send both in with your check.