New Project: Kruger Conservation and Leopard Monitoring!Project & Pod News / 17 February 2016
We are delighted to announce that we are now working with a conservation project in Kruger National Park!
This exciting project is run in partnership with the Panthera conservation organisation and is an exciting opportunity for volunteers to contribute to research on leopard populations in the area.
Whilst at the project volunteers are involved in predator monitoring, conservation and reserve management. Every day will be different and may involve setting and checking camera traps, plant transects, GPS tracking or predators, maintaining roads on the reserve and much more. Day to day roles are varied and the placement is a great way to get involved in the many aspects of the conservation and maintenance of Kruger National Park!
Whilst carrying out your work on the reserve you will live in a beautiful and peaceful location overlooking the river. The camp has a real safari feel with abundant game and bird life all around.
The project is suited to anyone with an interested in conservation and a love of nature. We are now accepting volunteers, so get in touch if you are interested!
For more information about start dates, duration, costs and much more see here.
Or you can apply for this project here.