WILDLIFE VOLUNTEER AFRICA
AFRICAN PREDI-CAT (PREDATOR & CAT) AWARENESS IN AFRICA ECO-VOLUNTEER LEARNING PROGRAM
As we all know Africa is the home to the iconic King of the Beasts – the African Lion. But Africa is also host to a wide and diverse variety of other predators which we reveal as we hunt down revealing information, pounce on learning opportunities and discover new and interesting aspects relating to all representative African Predators and African Cats ranging from the smallest to the largest.
This 4-week Wildlife Volunteer Africa Predi-Cat (Predator and African Cat) Awareness Eco-Volunteer Learning Program is an informative, fun yet formalised African Predator and African Cat focused Eco-Volunteering educational program and comprises learning through a Wildlife Volunteering initiative along the Garden Route of South Africa participating in a residential, structured and dedicated Predator and African Cat specific volunteering program which is founded on outcome-based learning objectives with innovative approaches to deciphering observable predator strategies and behaviours and applying sound operational animal management care, husbandry and welfare strategies, procedures and protocols.
The program is structured and organised with progressive and developmental interactive eco-learning from day to day. You will encounter the smallest to the largest of the African predators during your stay with us. This interactive program is managed in such a manner where all participants take away invaluable knowledge and experience which can be measured, quantified and qualified through the acquisition of new and innovative knowledge and acquired interpretive skills. This program gives an insight into Africa’s Predators and the way that they have adapted to change and sound wildlife management strategies and initiatives. Furthermore you will be exposed to Wildlife Rehabilitation Practices, Veterinarian Procedures from time-to-time and a host of Conservation Research Initiatives and Projects during your stay with us. You will leave with an enriched Predator ‘sense’, a new found appreciation for Wildlife Rehabilitation and an understanding of Conservation Research and Conservation Projects and the role they play and let us not forget the long lasting memories.