NTU Human-Wildlife Coexistence Team Recruitment

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The NTU Human-Wildlife Coexistence Team is Recruiting & Accepting Community Feedbacks /Ideas!

Due to NTU’s position at the boundary of wild and urban, our community is no stranger to wildlife encounters. Bird-strike window collisions, wildlife traffic accidents, and stranded wildlife in urban spaces are just a few examples of human-wildlife conflict that have been on the rise on campus. Beyond distressing residents and students, the involved wildlife in these encounters may sustain injuries or even lose their lives.

Earthlink NTU is assembling a team of passionate individuals to strive towards human-wildlife coexistence on campus. This is a voluntary ad-hoc position; the job scope and commitment depends on the passion, vision, and ideas of the members. Earthlink members who join a HWC team may count the experience towards the requirements of the Earthlink Volunteer Members scheme. Alternatively, if you have any ideas and feedback regarding campus human-wildlife conflict matters, you can also leave it in this form.

Join us in our efforts to protect our campus wildlife by applying to the NTU HWC Team or leaving your ideas and feedback with us at https://tinyurl.com/ntuhwc21.

For further queries, please email the NTU Biodiversity Week team at earthlink-nbd@e.ntu.edu.sg. The NTU Biodiversity Week is an annual event which seeks to spread awareness and inspire action amongst members of the NTU community, in support of biodiversity conservation and animal welfare causes. The event will be held in March 2022. Please also fill in the NTU Wildlife Perception Survey (https://tinyurl.com/wildntusurvey21) if you have not done so, as your responses will help shape next year’s event. We hope to see you there!