We are seeking student interns for the upcoming field season, which starts in May and runs through to early July. LBCS is offering three 4 to 6-week field-intensive research/conservation internships from May to July, 2015. The internships include a 3 to 5-week field component at the research camp on East Limestone Island (just north of the Gwaii Hanaas boundary) and some include a 1-week stay in the Village of Queen Charlotte. Interns stay on the Island and participate in a variety of studies on birds, marine mammals and plants. For more information, please look at Internship page in the Get Involved section on our website.