Volunteering in Africa!
“Early wake-up call, feed animals, breakfast, duties and chores like cleaning the animal’s habitat, washing and animal care, animal interaction, patrols like looking for snares, and monitoring an area, lunch, lectures and training, possible excursions, dinner and bed. It can be quite grueling work depending on the program, but it’s always immensely satisfying, knowing that you are making a difference in the life of a wild animal, while learning a great amount as well,” says Earl.
Help me help African Furry Friends!
Note: this isn't being used as a vacation, I'm just looking to help and get experience at the same time.