Calling all wildlife enthusiasts! We are always looking for animal lovers to join our wildlife volunteer and intern projects. These wildlife and animal science placements are great for discovering a new country, making connections with new people, and supporting efforts to protect some of the world’s most threatened wildlife. Not only that but they look great on your resume/CV too!
Join this wildlife volunteering project and work alongside a local veterinarian team. Learn how indigenous animals in Bolivia are cared for in a zoo setting and help support this incredible project.
Contribute to a local rehabilitation centre in the middle of the Amazonian Rainforest caring for wild animals from the jungle that were victims of abuse and animal trafficking. This wildlife volunteering project is perfect for those wanting to get stuck in in the heart of the rainforest.
Participate in this pre-veterinary internship in South Africa and develop your practical skills and knowledge by working alongside local wildlife experts. This wildlife volunteering opportunity is also a great way to develop your resume.
This wildlife volunteering project helps the local team of researchers collect data on elephants with their movements to mitigate the human-wildlife conflict.
Get first-hand experience of animal management at one of Africa’s oldest wildlife rescue and rehabilitation sanctuaries in Zimbabwe. Join this wildlife volunteering project to support your studies or working with orphaned, sick, and misplaced animals.
The research station focuses on monitoring, researching, and analysing data on a range of species such as raptors, bats, reptiles, and ungulates, as well as recording variables about the habitats and vegetation.
This wildlife volunteering project is a unique project which works directly with the Masai Mara community to develop solutions to reduce conflict between local human and wildlife inhabitants.
Contribute to research and behavioural studies alongside local and global scientists. Learn about the welfare and rehabilitation of lions as part of the programme in the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park in Zambia which aims for the animals long term survival.
Use your passion for elephants and observe them in their natural habitat while working on a wildlife volunteering project that provides solutions to the Namibian elephant-human conflict.
Join this wildlife volunteering project to gather field data to make recommendations for improving the conservation of marine life, as well as creating general awareness about the marine environment.
Our animal conservation projects are some of our most popular and it’s not hard to see why. Become a wildlife volunteer and make an impact today.
If you are interested, chat with one of our advisors today who can match you to your perfect project.