Popular Eco-Group Seeks Animal Care Activist to Protect Natural Habitat of Queensland
In a bid to conserve the flora and fauna of Queensland, a noted eco-group has invited coordinators to monitor wildlife surveys and administer various wildlife conservation activities expected to be done by the group in the coming year. The conservation activists will be required to coordinate between the rangers and land managers.
The project is a part of the various tasks undertaken by the group to protect the bush and the animals thriving in the region. The coordinator will be expected to work for 15 hours per week.
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