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Family volunteers at our wildlife sanctuary in Zimbabwe

“We had an amazing time and one we will never forget. My children feel like they made a difference in the lives of the animals, and I learned so much about animal welfare and care.” Words from Danielle, a family volunteer at our Primate Conservation & Sanctuary Programme in Zimbabwe. Volunteering with your family is …

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‘We couldn’t have asked for a better trip’ – mature volunteers tell us about their experiences

First-time Africa travellers and senior volunteers, Jim and Steve, volunteered at two of our wildlife projects in South Africa and Zimbabwe. Despite pre-trip apprehensions, with a bit of planning and some reassurance, they both had the trip of a lifetime! In their first blog post (“Senior volunteering – why you should take the plunge”), they …

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Family volunteering in Zimbabwe – “It was life-changing”

Pam Galenkamp and her family, from Georgia, USA, volunteered at the Rhino & Elephant Conservation Programme in June this year. They also took a side trip to Namibia as well, but we will cover that in a separate post! The experience they had at the Imire project was summed up by Pam’s 11-year old daughter, …

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Humpback Whale Research blog

Whale research volunteer, Len, talks about his incredible experience in Mozambique

From July to September hundreds of humpback whales migrate into the warm waters off the coast of Mozambique. Our Humpback Whale Research project studies these whales, identifying movement patterns and making photo ID’s of individual whales. Read about Len’s time on the project.

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