Join one of our two volunteer groups in 2014, in the home of the orangutan, the Sabangau forest in Indonesian Borneo. Develop key biodiversity survey skills and connect with others.
Our two groups will run from 6 July - 24 August and 7 September - 25 October. Visit outrop.com/volunteer to apply.
The Orangutan Tropical Peatland Project is looking for volunteers to help with our conservation and research work in 2014. There will be two expedition groups in 2014, and spaces will fill quickly so make sure to get your application in soon (details on how to apply found below).
OuTrop is a research and conservation organisation based in the Sabangau forest in the heart of Indonesian Borneo, home to the world’s largest populations of orangutans and Southern Bornean gibbons.
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Additional costs you will need to bear include international and internal airfares and insurance (see the application form for further details on this). Day-to-day costs whilst on the volunteer placement are typically small, for drinks, food in town, snacks and local transport for the six or seven days you will spend in town (£5 to £10 per day) and for cigarettes, e-mail and souvenirs.