Wildlife and habitat monitoring and managementWest Dorset, Dorset
- Dates17 May 2020 to 20 May 2020
- Holiday typeShort break
- AvailabilityPlaces available
- Activity type Coast and countryside, Survey
- Holiday code20ASP142
- AccommodationStone Barrow Bunkhouse (formerly Golden Cap)
About Wildlife and habitat monitoring and managementCarry out wildlife surveys across a variety of habitats and landscapes in West Dorset.
Enjoy a midweek break working with our rangers and ecology team to survey and monitor the amazing wildlife of the Golden Cap Estate on the Jurassic World Heritage Site and our inland hill forts. Training will be provided by the team so all we require is your enthusiasm and focus. Surveying may include grasses and wildflowers in our meadows, butterflies, moths and birds.
About the accommodation
Offering peace and tranquillity in a unique location. Situated in an elevated position on Stonebarrow Hill with magnificent views overlooking Lyme Bay and across to Golden Cap and Chesil Beach. As part of the Golden Cap Estate it offers access to over 25 miles of footpaths including the South West Coast Path. The basic accommodation has two bedrooms with bunk beds, lounge, dining room, kitchen and bathroom. There is a garden area with picnic benches and a barbecue.
Facilities: garden, drying room.
Bedding: pillows, mattress cover and blankets provided.
Notes for guests
What to bring: Outdoor clothing required. Recommend long sleeves and trousers.
A standard kit list can be found on our Essential Information page.