Volunteers from around the world are welcome to join this pioneer breeding and rewilding project of the nearly extinct Przewalski horses, located on the stunning plains of the Causse Méjean in France. Work alongside biologists, horse behaviour specialists and wildlife conservationists to support the project and learn new skills. Each month offers a diverse and exciting focus.
Each day, 2000kg of food is wasted in Portugal. Meanwhile, thousands of people are living below the poverty line, unable to afford substantial and healthy meals each day. Volunteers on this project travel around the city of Lisbon collecting unwanted food from retailers, and distribute it to those in need.
Join the conservation team and help save the sea turtles of Kefalonia from extinction by getting involved in a range of hands on activities such as surveying nesting beaches, observing and identifying turtles, measuring light pollution and rescuing hatchlings. Live on the stunning island of Kefalonia, famous for its sandy beaches, rugged coastline and clear blue waters of the Ionian Sea.
A perfect opportunity for families with teenagers, this bear sanctuary project enables you to work closely with these amazing creatures. Many of the bears were rescued from awful lives: kept in tiny cages or being forced to perform for tourists. They now live in peace at the sanctuary, cared for by the passionate team and enthusiastic volunteers.Maximum family size is 5.
Set in the foothills of the Carpathian Mountains in Transylvania, this sanctuary currently homes over 100 mistreated and abused bears. Rescued from cramped cages and tourist attractions, these bears can now enjoy freedom in the stunning sanctuary. Volunteers mainly help with food preparation and other ad hoc sanctuary tasks, watched over by the bears. Day trips for school groups are available.
Split, la deuxième plus grande ville de Croatie, a une influence méditerranéenne spéciale qui la rend particulièrement accueillante, confortable et chaleureuse, idéale pour un écotourisme en Europe. Participer au projet de conservation marine à Split, c’est s'engager dans le nettoyage des fonds marins et la lutte contre la pollution pour protéger les espèces marines via un écotourisme en Europe.
Ce projet de conservation des tortues marines se déroule de recherche sur l'île de Kefalonia, en Grèce. Les tâches des volontaires sont des patrouilles matinales quotidiennes pour localiser et protéger les nouveaux nids, l'identification des tortues et des études comportementales dans les zones où les tortues de mer nagent, et l'information de la population locale et des visiteurs sur l'île.