Riverside Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre, South Africa

Riverside Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre, South Africa

Riverside Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre, South Africa

Riverside Wildlife Centre is a non-human primate rehabilitation centre. Orphaned, injured, misplaced, ex-pets are brought to Riverside to be rehabilitated to a wild status and released back in nature after successful troop cohesion. The centre was established at the current location in 1995 and has been receiving volunteers worldwide since 2002. Without the enthusiasm and support of all our wonderful volunteers it would be a lot more more difficult to do the work we are doing. Everyone becomes a part of the Riverside Family having meals together chatting about the days activities.'Hands-on' at Riverside really means hands-on as orphaned baby vervet monkeys and baby baboons need to be bottle fed every 3/4 hours, they also need to be looked after 24/7.

Volunteer

Location:
Letsitele, South Africa

Expires In:
This opportunity has already expired

Deadline to apply:
21 Feb 2014

Employer tags:
Industry:
Conservation
Esc Factor:
Exotic
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Chef/Cook

Someone who likes being in the 'bush' and preparing innovative, imaginative budget vegetarian and meat dishes.

Applicants are required to hold the relevant Visas/Work Permits

Location: Letsitele, South Africa

Job Type
Remote Working
Volunteer
Level
Mid Level
Escape Factors
Exotic
Function
Hospitality
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