Assist the award-winning team by monitoring and collecting data on a variety of native species including turtles, manatees, yellow-headed parrots and frogs. Volunteers' research helps guide government legislation, influencing decision making to protect the environment and preserve the local ecosystem.
Join the conservation team in unique Madagascar and work to conserve the endangered coastal forest through biodiversity research and supporting community initiatives! This forest is home to a number of unique species including; lemurs, flying fox bats and chameleons, the conservation strategy to protect this ecosystem is vital to its survival and is driven by the research volunteers contribute to.
We are looking for volunteers to join the conservation team in the heart of the Amazon rainforest! Volunteers collect research on the ecosystem and support sustainable community projects in order to help the team conserve the rainforest! In doing so you will have the opportunity to identify and study local wildlife including the blue-headed macaw, jaguars and monkeys.
Volunteers are needed to secure the future of wildlife populations including lion, elephant, rhinos and leopards in a private game reserve and Greater Kruger National Park. Data collected is used to create conservation plans for endangered species living in the region. Volunteers receive bush training to learn the key skills required to support rangers who manage the game reserve!
When you apply via our online application form we will send a detailed Volunteering Guide with further information. We will look forward to helping match you to the right project and plan your travels!
When you apply via our online application form we will send a detailed Volunteering Guide with further information. We will look forward to helping match you to the right project…