Caring for Orphaned Animals in South Africa: Ricardo Ramajo from Brazil
Ricardo Ramajo from Brazil has been caring for orphaned animals in South Africa during his volunteer project on wildlife rehabilitation.:
It was a lot of fun. I made many friends and learned a lot. – Ricardo Ramajo, Brazil
Volunteering on Rehabilitation of Orphaned Animals
If you decide to volunteer for the rehabilitation of wildlife in South Africa, you can take care of orphaned and injured animals of the African bush. Throughout your stay, you will live near this magnificent wildlife. You will develop a deeper understanding of African wildlife. While working on wildlife rehabilitation, you’ll have a unique experience that goes beyond the wildest dreams of most people.
Voluntary Journey into the African Bush
During this voluntary journey into the African bush, you will be fully dedicated to the rehabilitation of large and small wildlife in South Africa. At the same time, you spare neither time nor effort and make a valuable contribution to the conservation of endangered species from the African bush. Since you live in a nearby lodge, the song of African birds will wake you every morning. After breakfast, spend your days looking after the animals.
How to care for Orphaned Animals in the African Bush?
Visit our Wildlife Rehabilitation Project close to Port Elizabeth, South Africa, and sign up for this rewarding project!
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