Rehabilitate & Release Wildlife

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Rehabilitate & Release Wildlife

from £493
Duration: from 4 weeks to 16 weeks
Countries: Canada, United States of America
North America has some of the best wildlife rescue & rehabilitation volunteer opportunities. Help with a great cause in your spare time while you explore this amazing continent.
Summary

Rehabilitate & Release Wildlife

Travel to the wild and beautiful paces Canada and the USA to rehabilitate and rescue wildlife! Volunteer at a wildlife hospital and care center where injured and orphaned animals like racoons, deer, coyotes, bald eagles, owls and bears are rehabilitated and released back in to the wild!

Animal rescue and rehabilitation is fundamental to the continued conservation and protection of Canada’s and the USA's diverse native animal species. You will be involved with the daily care of the animals.

Working at a Wildlife Rehabilitation Center can be very intense at times because of the hours you sometimes have to keep. There may be evening feedings.  Volunteers will be expected to be involved in all aspects of the shelter. Your job will include feeding, food preparation, cleaning, laundry, administering treatment, participating in building projects, research, educating the public, painting, etc..

Highlights

- Help, rescue and rehabilitate Native North American wildlife
- Enjoy the surrounding nature and country side.
- Great Wildlife viewing opportunities
- Excellent opportunities for outdoor Lovers: Surf, Bike, hike, go on bear or whale watch safari, kayak, dog sled, ski, snowboard and so much more!|
- Excellent opportunity for those enrolled in wildlife related studies needing to make an internship as part of their study. Research projects can be discussed and integrated in your volunteer/internship experience.
 


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Price details:

from £493 to £2,595

Savings

50 CA$ Discount when referring a friend

Representative

We are there to assist you in country during your entire stay for a ongoing service

This Placement would suite

Outdoor & Wildlife Lovers who would like to help with a great cause and rehabilitate wild animals. This is also an excellent project for those who need to do an internship related to wildlife (research topics can be discussed).

Do you accept non UK citizens?

Yes

Testimonial

My time at the Critter Rescue project was a great volunteer abroad experience! The animals were great and I got to work with so many different species! Also the we all lived to together as one big volunteer group family playing frisbee on the big field after work is a great ending to everyone’s hard working day. But also the area is wonderful, at the edge of a national park we are basically surrounded by nature.

Lukas From Switzerland

Inclusions

Placement, Airport Pick up, Hostel, accommodation at project, meals, transfer to project, ongoing support (inclusions per wildlife rehabilitation project)

About Fronteering

FRONTEERING aims to arrange volunteer abroad and adventure travel experiences in places less visited and unspoiled. FRONTEERING’s projects help with true good causes in some of the last frontiers. Places where the need is greater, where there is more to lose and much more to gain. Join one of FRONTEERINGS Volunteer Abroad projects and visit these last frontiers while they are yet unspoiled and hopefully through our combined efforts we can keep it that way!

Imagine the sounds of night fading away while in the distance the horizon starts to brighten. You wake up listening to a serenade of thousands of tropical birds and an awakening jungle. Parrots fly overhead with their loud squawks, howler monkeys greet the sun with loud voices while you relax a few more minutes in your jungle hammock! Staring through the jungle canopy you see the blue sky lightening up between the trees.
It is this experience common in some of our volunteer projects and adventure travel trips in Central & South America that got me involved in setting up volunteer projects and adventure travel trips to help with long term sustainability of our last wildernesses and to protect it’s wildlife and the way of life of indigenous communities.

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