Hello everyone and welcome to another mountain chicken blog! This week I sat down with our colleague and good friend Lloydie, in order to find out what inspires him as a conservationist, how he got to where he is today and to share his insight on how the project is going so far. As Forestry Technician in Montserrat's Department...
Welcome back to the mountain chicken blog! We hope that you are all staying safe and well during these challenging times!
Today we are delighted to present the second blog in our ‘Introducing’ series, where this week we are getting to know Tavis, who conserves the mountain chickens as an Environment Worker in Montserrat’s Department of Environment. Tavis is an...
Role: 2 x Mountain Chicken Project Officer
Salary: Dependent on experience & qualifications
Hours: Full Time
Contract: Fixed Term – 2 years and 6 months from signing with possibility of extension
As part of a new Darwin Funded initiative the Mountain Chicken Recovery Programme (MCRP) is seeking two enthusiastic aspiring or early-career conservation biologists to join the team. The successful applicants will...
The mountain chicken is a Critically Endangered frog found only on Montserrat and Dominica and is the largest native amphibian in the Carribean. Populations on both islands have been devastated by the amphibian chytrid fungus, first on Dominica from 2002 and subsequently from 2009 on Montserrat. The wild population across both islands is currently estimated to be about 100 individuals.