Pacifica (autumnwinds) wrote,
Pacifica
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So much gibbering!

I got some academic spam from one of my departments today, as usual.

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is looking for a few strong-stomached wildlife majors interested in obtaining aerial telemetry experience. The people selected will fly out of the Moscow-Pullman airport in a Cessna 182, assisting in the locating of 95+ radio marked elk in the Blue Mountains of Washington. Initially all volunteers will ride in the back seat, some may conduct flights on their own once experience is gained.

Flights are usually conducted on Mondays and Tuesdays from 0730 - 1230. Frequent storms in the mountains often require flights to be rescheduled multiple times a week, allowing for people with different schedules to gain experience.


O_o

PICK ME! PICK ME! PICK ME! PICK ME! OOO! OO! PICK ME!

So...I emailed them. Results to come.
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