Primate Rehabilitation Centre Belize
Belize is home to two species of primate – the Yucatán black howler monkey (Alouatta pigra) and Geoffroy’s spider monkey (Ateles geoffroyi). Both are considered globally endangered, and Belize’s populations are being pressured by increasing tropical forest clearance, and as they are hunted for their young. In Belize, it […]
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Duration of program:
1 month minimum
Adults of both sexes 18+
Volunteers pay US$750 for the first month and then US$650 per month thereafter. All funds go towards supporting your input into the programme, meals, admin and support costs (accommodation is provided free) and includes a modest contribution towards the programme.
You do not need any qualifications to be able to apply but you need to be highly motivated, willing to work long hours in sometimes uncomfortable conditions, with a high level of interest in wildlife rehabilitation and conservation. If you have experience, whether it is veterinary, education, graphics or in another field, it will be very welcome. Internet access for volunteer use is not available on site.
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