FORT WALTON BEACH, Fla. (AP) --
Residents in northwest Florida can get paid $25 an hour to keep an eye on sea turtles and other wildlife during nighttime coastal clean up efforts from the oil spill.
BP announced Thursday that it had choked off the flow of oil
into the Gulf of Mexico. Wildlife observers are still needed to
help ensure sea creatures are not endangered during clean up
Interested candidates should have a degree or completed academic
work in the biological or environmental sciences; experience in
bird or turtle watching; have documented field biology experience
as a researcher, technician, intern or student; or have
documentation of a Marine Turtle Permit issued by Florida.
For more information, go to www.floridagulfrecoveryjobs.com.
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