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Information about volunteering as a small or large group. We organise volunteering projects for families, university and college student groups and corporate groups.
At Phinda volunteers head out at night to track the elusive leopard. Once located and darted with a sedative, the volunteers help secure a radio collar and collect data on their condition
In the wild, these sleek swimmers can reach speeds of over 18 miles (30 kilometers) an hour.
On the Game Ranger Course you never know what surprises you mind find in the bush!
Life in the field working alongside an experienced wildlife vet is both unpredictable and challenging
At Phinda volunteers assist with hormonal contraception methods on lions to help manage populations and maintain the balance
By law only a registered vet can use high scheduled drugs to immobilise animals. Volunteers learn about the drugs involved, darting techniques, and will administer low schedule drugs. Here volunteers are preparing these lions to be moved.
Of the four vets we work with, three of them operate 100% in the field. Volunteers often help out with the testing of disease free buffalo.
Elephants don't drink with their trunks, but use them as "tools" to drink with. This is accomplished by filling the trunk with water and then using it as a hose to pour it into the elephant's mouth.
Humpback whales can dive for up to 30 minutes to a depth of 150-210 m!
Shimongwe Wildlife Veterinary Experience offers you the chance to work with experienced wildlife vets in the field on a variety of species
- game drives
- volunteer diaries
- bush walks
- wildlife capture
- study trips
- animal care
- park management
- wildlife care
- veterinary work
- wildlife research
- south africa
- wildlife rehabilitation
- game capture
- gap year