Pros: opertunity to learn new skills and learning to harass them
Cons: department funding
UMaine covered it all! Early mornings, late nights, and overnights. From constructing lilypad traps to handling wood frogs, fish, and grouse it was all covered working with a variety of graduate students. The most enjoyable part of these jobs were working in the great outdoors. The hardest part of these jobs was graduating with B.S in Wildlife Ecology and no longer being a part of them.