Volunteer Abroad Africa: Wildlife Conservation in Africa

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You always wanted to experience Africa’s incredible biodiversity and, at the same time, contribute to conserving the breathtaking abundance of species and?

Poaching, climate change, the human-wildlife conflict – there are lots of factors that put Africa’s species at severe risk. As a volunteer, you can support ethical nature and species conservation projects and thus contribute to the preservation of unique ecosystems and endangered species.

Surrounded by wild landscapes and fascinating animals, you and your international team experience a life-enhancing time abroad and gain an amazing insight into wildlife conservation. Take a look at our wildlife conservation projects in Southern Africa, join and help to promote a sustainable and wildlife-friendly future!

Highlights
  • Actively contribute to researching and conserving endangered species.
  • Acquire valuable conservation know-how.
  • Witness wild animals in their natural habitat.
  • Encounter elephants, turtles, wild dogs and other fascinating animals.
  • Experience the vast landscapes and untouched beauty of Africa.

Natucate Conservation Scholarship 2020

You want to become active in conservation work abroad and broaden your hands-on conservation know-how? You would like to volunteer and would benefit greatly from financial assistance? Then apply for a Natucate Conservation Scholarship! This way you can expand your academic knowledge and receive fundings for your educational volunteer experience! Natucate awards three 500 US$ scholarships each year. Learn more about our 2020 scholarship options

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