Rebuilding: Aim: Volunteers will help rebuild and finish the Wolf House. Last summer, the work of 20 volunteers transformed the old destroyed school in an almost-ready-wolf-centre. Some work remains, especially the outside of the building. It consists mainly in painter and carpenter's works. Skill: Building or hand-making skills are welcome but not obligatory. Equipment: sleeping bag, rubber boots, waterproof coat and trousers , hat or cap, thermos or bottle, cooking set, torchlight, lotion against mosquitoes, mosquito-net-hat, overalls and lighter.
Howling survey: Aim: Volunteers will camp on the territory of a wolf pack. Night is devoted to listening and localizing wolves' howling. During the day, work consists in pointing out wolf tracks with GPS recorders. A ranger will guide you in the forest and teach you how to "read" it. The data collected allow us to draw a map of wild wolf populations in the district (den location, pack number, reproductive rate, movements, proximity to villages, potential attacks on livestock). Skill: Be resourceful in camping situation. This is a good field practice for students. Equipment: sleeping bag, rubber boots, waterproof coat and trousers , hat or cap, thermos or bottle, cooking set, torchlight, lotion against mosquitoes, mosquito-net-hat, and lighter.
Voilà ce qui m'attend cet été... je sais pas trop quoi répondre pour annoncer que j'ai commencé la démarche pour renouveler mon passeport (prise de tête bonjour !) et toussa quoi... très timide oui. J'suis content, mince quoi :')
Semaine prochaine : Jura ! Frodon si tu m'entends, je penserai à toi ^^