The Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve Field School, Chile
Program Description
This program takes place in the world’s southernmost forest located on the Navarino Island at the Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve (CHBR). Students will participate in a long-term research investigating birds, their ecology, and environmental ethics.
Group Size or S:T Ratio
4:1 max
Program Focus
Culture/History/Heritage, Research, World Affairs, Nature/Science
Dr. Jaime E. Jiménez and Dr. Ricardo Rozzi: University of North Texas (UNT), Universidad de Magallanes (UMAG) & Institute of Ecology and Biodiversity (IEB)
$4,800 USD What is Covered: Costs of instruction, Room & board, Credit units and two transcripts, All local transportation, Health Insurance and Political & Natural Disaster Evacuation Insurance - For all international programs
Global Locations
Navarino Island, Chile
January, February
Evleyn Lueker
Operations Manager
Institute for Field Research
2999 Overland Ave #103
Los Angeles, California 90064
United States
Phone: 4242091173
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