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  • Beingolea Raptor Research Grant


    Nico Arcilla
    • Is Bird-specific?
      Yes
    • Website
    • Organization
    • Award Amount
      $2000
    • Eligible Recipients
      Undergraduate Students, Masters Students, Doctoral Students, Postdoctoral, Early Professionals, Established Professionals, Non-Professionals, Organizations/Governments
    • Purpose
      Research, Training, Conservation/Management, Outreach, Organizational Capacity Building
    • Location
      North America, Central America, Caribbean, South America
    • Application Deadline(s)
      June

    The Oscar Beingolea Raptor Research Grant provides financial support for field research on birds of prey in Latin America (including the Guianas) and the Caribbean. We especially encourage projects that bring attention to poorly known species, systems, or questions, and those that include a conservation and/or community engagement component. Priority will be given to proposals from Latin American and/or Caribbean residents with limited access to other funding. The annual deadline for applications is JUNE 30.

    To apply, applicants should submit the following three documents as pdf files via the website: https://raptorresearchfoundation.org/grants-awards/beingolea-raptor-research-grant/ 

    1 - cover letter highlighting the motivations, objectives, and expected outcomes of the study

    2 - applicant’s CV

    3 - proposal of no more than five pages, including: (a) background and justification (need); (b) study objectives and methods; (c) budget detailing how funds will be spent; (d) list of other funding sources, both requested and received; (e) expected results; (f) literature cited.

    Applications should be submitted in English but translation/editorial assistance is available to applicants whose first language is Spanish, Portuguese, or French:

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    La beca de investigación de aves rapaces Oscar Beingolea provee apoyo económico para investigación de campo de aves rapaces en América Latina (incluyendo las Guayanas) y el Caribe. Apoyamos especialmente los proyectos que estudien especies, sistemas o cuestiones poco conocidas, además de aquellas que incluyan un componente de conservación y participación de comunidades locales. Se dará prioridad a aquellas propuestas realizadas por personas con nacionalidad o residencia en América Latina o el Caribe, con acceso limitado a otras becas. La fecha límite anual para las solicitudes es el 30 DE JUNIO.

    Para solicitar la beca, los solicitantes deberán someter los documentos detallados más abajo aqui:

    https://raptorresearchfoundation.org/grants-awards/beingolea-raptor-research-grant/

     

    Las solicitudes deberán ser sometidas en inglés aunque traducción/ayuda de edición está disponible para aquellos solicitantes cuyo primer idioma sea español, francés o portugués:

    1 - Una carta de motivación destacando las motivaciones, objetivos and resultados esperados del estudio.

    2 - El CV del solicitante.

    3 - Una propuesta de no más de 5 páginas, que incluya:

    Justificación e introducción (necesidad)

    Objetivos del estudio y métodos

    Presupuesto detallando cómo serán gastadas las becas

    Lista de otros organismos financiadores, tanto solicitados como recibidos

    Resultados esperados

    Bibliografía citada (máximo una página)




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