VOLUNTEERING AND GAP YEARS IN ANIMAL CONSERVATION, PLUS MORE
Wildlife conservation, animal care and animal welfare projects abroad that you can do as part of your work experience, gap year or career break, or just as a volunteering holiday.
Play a meaningful role in helping to preserve threatened and endangered species.
You don’t need any qualifications, just a love of animals. The choice is the
hardest bit! You can work with monkeys or orang-utans, elephants, pandas,
turtles, horses, plants, dolphins, whales and the Great White Shark, leopards, rhino,
tortoise, coral, reptiles, birds, fish and, well, pretty much any species you’re
interested in - exciting stuff!!
The type of work varies and can include: interaction & play, field research, safaris,
washing, feeding, preparing food, observation, night watches, creative psychological
stimulation for the animals, cleaning duties, enrichment projects, releases into
the wild, diving, trekking, darting, learning, educating, photographing, building,
painting and much more depending on the requirements of the project.