You can work with three different wildlife rehabilitation projects in South Africa and Zimbabwe - the Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre, the Care for Wild Africa project and the Chipangali Wildlife Orphanage and Research Project. Each centre has some distinct specialisations, giving you opportunities to combine practical wildlife care with more extended involvement in conservation issues such as rhino conservation or community education. At all three wildlife centres you will be involved in the following:

  • Hands-on experience in wildlife rehabilitation work
  • Animal care and husbandry
  • Hand-rearing wildlife
  • Assisting with veterinary nursing

MOHOLOHOLO WILDLIFE REHABILITATION CENTRE

MOHOLOHOLO WILDLIFE REHABILITATION CENTRE

Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre

Volunteering at the Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre in South Africa gives you hands on experience in animal care and rehabilitation of wildlife. Join an experienced and dedicated team nursing injured and poisoned wildlife and caring for animals that have been given sanctuary.


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CARE FOR WILD AFRICA

CARE FOR WILD AFRICA

Care for Wild Africa

Focussing on the hand rearing, infant care and nutrition of a variety of African species. Care for Wild Africa is a specialist facility for orphaned rhino calves and you’ll be supervised by a coordinator accredited by the South African Veterinary Council.


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Chipangali Wildlife Orphanage and Research Project

Chipangali Wildlife Orphanage and Research Project

Chipangali Wildlife Orphanage and Research Project

The Chipangali Wildlife Orphanage and Research Project provides a rescue and care facility for injured, sick and abandoned wildlife in Zimbabwe. The centre is also involved in a leopard and hyena research programme and extensive conservation education in Zimbabwe’s schools.

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