Predator Sanctuary Florida

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Predator Sanctuary Florida

from £695
Duration: from 2 weeks to 12 weeks
Countries: United States of America
Come now and take part in this amazing volunteering opportunity at our Wildlife Survival Sanctuary western, Florida.
Summary

Predator Sanctuary Florida

This is a unique opportunity offered at the sanctuary allowing you to work with not only domestic animals but wild and exotic animals as well! All animals at the sanctuary originated from situations where the animals were abused, neglected or was once pets but could no longer be cared. When you participate in this project, your main goal is to support the rescue of these wild animals in captivity and the conservation of their wild counterparts! Time, energy and donations garnered from volunteers both domestic and international allows the sanctuary to provide comfortable, large natural habitats to the animals to live out their lives peacefully. The work with the wildlife on the center is physically demanding and it is by no means an ‘easy holiday option’ therefore, volunteer for a minimum of 2 weeks and learn about the many issues that face these wild animals in captivity and get a better understanding about what it takes to care for them on a daily basis. Provide help, care and nurturing to these animal so that they me be able to fully live out their lives!
 

The experience

  • Help at Wildlife Survival Sanctuary based in Pasco County, Florida.
  • Learn how to care and rehabilitate a wide variety of domestic, wild and exotic animals.
  • Be a tour guide as part of an education program!
  • Take care of wildlife, explore Pasco County by hiking or biking, enjoy the attractions and entertainment that Pasco has to offer on your leisure time, go wildlife viewing while enjoying the sun and much more!

 

Placement
Wildlife Survival Sanctuary
Accommodation
You will be living in a private or semi-private room in the main sanctuary residence. Depending on how many other volunteers are attending this project at one time, you may share your room with 1 other volunteer (same sex). Beds are single bunk beds (two levels). All rooms have keys and they can be locked. The sanctuary does have lockers available but we have not seen any need for using them. Hot shower and laundry facilities are at your disposal. Facilities to relax after working hours are available. Each room is equipped with a satellite connection and color television, DVD player, and desk top computer with high speed internet access available for personal use, which you are welcome to use any time you like and is free.
Meals
Food is provided at the sanctuary and included in the fee. Full kitchen privileges are available for your use, special arrangements such as vegan or vegetarian food can be made. The food offered is not vegetarian unless you specify your special dietary needs before you arrive, this includes special dietary needs for medical conditions.
Airport pick up
You will be picked up from the local airport and transferred to the project. 

Ongoing service
If there are any problems with your volunteer project we are always there to help you and mediate between yourself and the organization.
Tours
Through FRONTEERING you have the possibility to book tours in the USA after you have finished your volunteer project.
24/7 Emergency contact
If there are any problems during you stay in Vancouver you can reach us 24/7 to assist you.


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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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