A day in the life

  • Participants will generally split their time throughout the work week – five and a half days from Monday morning until Saturday at 12h – between programmes. Typically, this means 3 days working on environmental and wildlife matters, then 2 days of community service, and then changing this rotation to a 2:3 ratio.

    Tasks may change at any time during your stay with us – you may be needed to go on a call out to rescue a snared or wounded animal. When schools are on holiday, our work will move from the classroom to other projects within the community such as organic vegetable and herb gardening, as well as repairs and maintenance for community infrastructure. In terms of your commitment, time-wise, your schedule would work as follows during your stay with us (remember, flexibility is the name of the game as this plan might change):

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