Wolf, Bear & Deer Sanctuary

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Wolf, Bear & Deer Sanctuary

from £1,095
Duration: from 4 weeks to 8 weeks
Countries: Canada
Become a volunteer and a part of our talented team who enjoys the unique privileges of caring for some of Ontario’s diverse animal species including large animals!

Wolf, Bear & Deer Sanctuary

The Experience

With over 460 acres of natural habitat, this sanctuary is considered a haven to an abundance of wildlife including racoons, bear, deer, wolves, moose, coyote, chipmunks and many more. As such, for a numerous amount of years this project has dedicated its time and energeies towards the rescue and the rehabilitation of sick, orphaned and injured wildlife. There are even facilities within the sanctuary that are equipped to accommodate semi-aquatic species such as beavers and otters and other enclosures act as a permanent home for those species unable to survive in the wild due to human interference. As a volunteer, you will be assisting with the day to day activities and cater for the behavioral and biological needs of the wildlife at the sanctuary! So, for a minimum of four weeks, your responsibilities will include feeding the animals to assisting with guiding and educating tourists.

The ultimate reward would be to release treated and rehabilitated animals back into the wild where they can continue life in their natural habitat. Come now and help towards this worthy cause!


This Is Why

  • Assist in raising, rescuing, rehabilitating and releasing wildlife in beautiful Ontario!
  • Reside at the project, expand your English skills and be part of a team dedicated to the welfare of animals!
  • Fantastic opportunity to have close encounters with wildlife!
  • Explore Ontario during your days off or after you completed your volunteer work.



Wolf, Bear & Deer Sanctuary


Shared rustic accommodation with shared washroom facilities, potable well water, laundry facilities and a common room for preparing meals or visiting with other volunteers.


Meals aren't provided however transportation to get groceries will be provided. Meals will then be prepared by yourself.

Airport pick up

You will need to fly to Toronto Airport where you will be transferred by bus to the town close to the project. A member of the project will be waiting for you at the bus stop. Buses leaves at 2pm and 6:30pm daily. Please take this into consideration when booking your flights.  A member of the project will be waiting to meet you to take you 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.


Through FRONTEERING you have the possibility to book tours in Canada after you have finished your volunteer project.

24/7 Emergency contact

If there are any problems during you stay in Onatrio you can reach us 24/7 to assist you.

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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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