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The Impact of Ethical Animal Volunteering on Animals

Ethical Animal Volunteering has a positive impact on the wildlife and domesticated animal community. It can improve the quality of life for countless animals! By volunteering in an ethical way with animals, you can not only assist their rescuers but also help them rehabilitate. In time, they can be rehomed or rewilded for the remainder…

7 Benefits of Animal Volunteering for a Fulfilling Connection with Nature

Volunteering in general allows people to be more in touch with their natural environment and also partake in a rewarding experience which is fulfilling on many different levels. The stress of the ongoing pandemic has encouraged many all around the world to utilise their time for animal volunteering. Here are 7 reasons why you would…

Eco Travel guide: Being a sea turtle volunteer

Maybe, this is the first time you decide to become a sea turtle volunteer. Or, perhaps you are a seasoned volunteer with multiple turtle trips under your belt. Or, maybe you are just a bit curious about being a sea turtle volunteer. Regardless, here are a few things that you might want to consider before…

INTERNSHIPS

Learning conservation and animal care as a Wildlife Rescue Intern in Indonesia

Hannah talks about her experiences as an intern at the Java Wildlife Rescue Centre My name is Hannah Griffiths I am 22 and from England. I studied geography at the university of Plymouth. Previously, I volunteered for Save Vietnams Wildlife in Vietnam. Also, I have fundraised for Dementia UK and helped with beach cleans in…

Become an sustainability leader with the CONSERVATION MARKETING STUDY INTERNSHIP

Communication is a vital part of conservation. It is needed within teams to achieve a common vision and goals, and it is necessary to address a wider audience. Although conservation science is evolving, not many conservationists have professional marketing communication skills. Through this pioneering conservation marketing study internship, we aim to nurture future ecological leaders…

OUR MARKETING INTERNSHIP FOR CONSERVATION IS LIVE!

Welcome to our new intern Eleanor, who is pictured here, being handed her enrolment papers by Kiran Kapur, the CEO of Cambridge Marketing College. Eleanor will be focusing on digital and content marketing for our partner organisation Ecoteer, whilst at the same time studying for her CIM Certficate in Professional Marketing. She wants to become…

ANIMAL SPECIES

How can captive breeding of Malayan Tapir be effective for its conservation?

The Malayan tapir (Acrocodia Indica) is one of the big five mammals that Asia uses to promote its wildlife diversity. According to the IUCN Red List Of Threatened Species, the Malayan tapir is endangered with only 2,499 mature individuals left. Malayan tapirs are commonly found in Malaysia, Myanmar and Thailand where the climate favors their…

How endangered is Malaysian Wildlife?

Malaysia, including Malaysia Borneo, is one of the most bio-diverse countries in Asia with over 2000 endemic (native) species. However, most of the Malaysian wildlife is under threat, but to what level? Currently, the top 5 endangered animals are Malayan tiger, Malayan tapir, Bornean Orangutan, Asian Elephant and Black Shrew. The Red List of Threatened…

Malaysia must show leadership in wildlife rehabilitation to save the Malayan Tiger and other threatened species

The end of the National Tiger Action Plan Now that the tragic year of 2020 has just ended and the 21st century has come of age, it is a fitting moment to reflect on the future of Malaysian Wildlife. Significantly, this point in time also marks the end of the National Tiger Action Plan which…

CONSERVATION CAREER

Turtle Project Manager – Career Guide: Q&A with Melisa Chan

Melissa is the Project Manager of the Perhentian Turtle Project Hi, I’m Melisa Chan. I am the project manager for the Perhentian Turtle Project (PTP) after working as a PTP volunteer and intern since 2011. When and how did you become interested in turtles? That is a tricky question as my interest in turtles didn’t…

How to become a wildlife vet?

Jemima Williams Jemima is a veterinary student at Cambridge University, specialising in Conservation Science and Ecology. Through immersive blog posts, she hopes to help prospective wildlife veterinarians, such as herself, to learn more about the profession. Simultaneously, her goal is to raise awareness about the preservation of our eco-system. jemima.williams@orange.fr Becoming a Wildlife Vet has…

Learning conservation and animal care as a Wildlife Rescue Intern in Indonesia

Hannah talks about her experiences as an intern at the Java Wildlife Rescue Centre My name is Hannah Griffiths I am 22 and from England. I studied geography at the university of Plymouth. Previously, I volunteered for Save Vietnams Wildlife in Vietnam. Also, I have fundraised for Dementia UK and helped with beach cleans in…

ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A JOB IN CONSERVATION?

career advice centre

Finding a job in conservation or wildlife is difficult.

To help you in your job search, we have partnered with the leading Conservation Careers Advice centre. They have been helping thousands of job seekers all over the world with free information and membership offers.

CAREERS PAGE

Visit our special Conservation Careers page on this site and get lots of useful tips and links to help your job search

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