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Work with Animals in Africa – The Perfect trip for Wildlife Lovers

More and more people are deciding to take extended leave in order to travel the globe and take part in exciting and meaningful projects. Whether it is a gap year between studies or in the form of a career break … Continue reading

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Work with animals at the Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre

Do you want to work with animals but have a deeper passion for conservation and helping the more endangered wildlife species. The Hoedspruit Endangered Species centre in South Africa strives to conserve many of Africa’s endangered species, most specifically working … Continue reading

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Hapoor Junior, A Legendary Elephant Bull

Hapoor Junior was born in the Addo Elephant National Park in 1954 and sired by Hapoor, who was the dominating Bull who reigned over all from 1944 to 1968. Their temperaments were also similar in that he was clearly the … Continue reading

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The White Lions of Pumba Game Reserve

Pumba Private Game Reserve has been home to a flourishing pride of free roaming White and Split Lion since 2006. There are less than 500 White Lion left in the world, making the reserve, an important custodian in ensuring this … Continue reading

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Work With Animals on a Rehabilitation Centre in Africa.

If you are a true animal lover and are thinking of heading off on a Gap Year or Career Break then participating as a volunteer on an African Wildlife Rehabilitation centre could be the perfect choice for you. Many people … Continue reading

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Rhino Conservation in South Africa – How You Can Get Involved

Just six weeks into the New Year at least 54 Rhinos have been butchered in South Africa for their horns. The figures released by SAN Parks earlier this month originally stated that the number stood at 52 but just hours … Continue reading

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How to Prepare for a Conservation Project in Africa

So, you have decided that you want to take part in animal conservation work in Africa and help the preservation of endangered species. What a great decision! Not only will you have a truly life changing experience but you will … Continue reading

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