Wildlife ACT (the only WWF supported conservation volunteer organization in Africa) runs critically endangered & priority species conservation projects focusing on Cheetah, African Wild Dog, Rhino, Lion, Elephant, Leopard and Vulture. Join our professional team and contribute to REAL conservation work while simultaneously having the African wildlife experience of a lifetime. Wildlife ACT's projects are conducted on game reserves in Zululand, South Africa - an area which resounds with the heartbeat of Africa and which is one of the most diverse and productive wildlands on the planet.
If you want to visit the real African wilderness and be part of real wildlife volunteer work, Wildlife ACT is looking for you. Daily activities include monitoring & tracking wildlife using radio telemetry, data collection & analysis, checking camera traps & possibly being involved in wild dog or lion call ups, snare rescues and animal darts and collarings. You will also learn PLENTY about conservation.
- South Africa
Cost includes all food and board.
Questions & Answers
Hi Sheillah, Thank you for your query. We get a lot of people asking about employment opportunities within Wildlife ACT. With the conservation environment being as dynamic as it is, and with our g… Read moreAnswered by on 01/15/2016
About the provider
Wildlife ACT actively advances wildlife conservation by conducting ongoing & essential monitoring projects on reserves in South Africa. Wildlife ACT performs these conservation services free-of-charge and completely relies on volunteer support to fund the work. We are supported by the WWF and have a very high percentage of returning volunteers - who range anywhere between 18 and 65+. All that is required is a positive attitude and a willingness to make a difference. Those interested are encouraged to visit the Wildlife ACT website to learn more.