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From the expansive beaches and dense rainforests in Costa Rica to the vast savannahs and varied animal life in Ghana, the countries we work in are famous for their biodiversity. Every year, tourists come from around the world to experience the natural beauty and spot rare wildlife.
But as harmful human practices continue to threaten animals and their habitats, animal and environmental conservation is crucial to preserving these natural resources for future generations.
As a conservation volunteer, you can help maintain delicate ecosystems, rehabilitate injured animals, assist with re-forestation efforts and educate local communities about conservation.
- Assisting with general care and maintenance of animals and plants
- Leading educational tours and assisting visitors
- Conduct research and collecting data
- Raising awareness of conservation efforts in the local community
- Assisting with land stewardship projects
Who can volunteer?
No special skills are needed. Anyone who is passionate about animals and safeguarding the environment can join our Conservation projects
What about the schedule?
Most of our volunteers work 6 hours a day Monday to Friday, but some conservation projects may have a six day working week and longer hours. See our destination brochures for specific project details.
Volunteer conservation Projects in Costa Rica
Volunteer conservation Projects in Ghana