Volunteerchallenge.com has announced that it has introduced wildlife conservation volunteer projects for those interested in taking up wildlife projects in Bolivia.
Online PR News – 08-June-2011 – – Snata Cruz, Bolivia, June 6, 2011: One of the most popular international volunteer vacations organizations, Volunteerchallenge.com has announced that it has introduced wildlife conservation volunteer projects for those interested in taking up wildlife projects in Bolivia. The wildlife volunteer project offered by the company has two weeks minimum length of stay and the maximum length of stay is infinite.
The participants of this conservation project can stay for as long as they wish to. This project has the capacity to allow maximum 5 volunteers at a time. Based at Santa Cruz, the bio diversity conservation allows the participants to defense and study of the Bolivian and South American fauna.
Commenting on the opportunities of wildlife conservation volunteer program in Bolivia, says director of Volunteer Challenge, Miss Teresa Tellez, “Bolivia has the biggest biodiversity in the world and offers a comprehensive range of varying species of flora and fauna. Our Bolivian wildlife volunteer program enables the participants to experience the richest animal refuge center housing several rare species of animals. It is an excellent opportunity for all those interested in conservation of wildlife.”
The company offers various areas of work for the participants of wildlife conservation volunteer project like Administration, Exhibition, Quarantine, Nutrition, and Garden and Visitor’s area. Besides they can also work in the Veterinary labs and assist the ill animals to get cured. In these labs, they do all kind of necessary tests that are required to do on the live and dead animals to find the causes and for preventing other animals from getting the same disease. The participants can also get work in the food storage and kitchen, where it is carefully cleaned and the daily portions are prepared based on carefully elaborated diets for all different species. Following is the list of activities offered to the wildlife volunteers here:
2.Checking information signs and correcting them
3.Cooking food for animals
4.Feeding the animals
7.Taking care of animals, and helping with veterinary work and maintenance of grounds. You may also be involved in the preparation of educational materials and workshops.
Adds Miss Tellez, “Bolivia is home to several beautiful and rare species of animals. In order to retain the interests of those looking for wildlife projects, we offer this program. Working for the wild species of rare animals and taking care of their needs is not only interesting but it also enables the participants to have a close study of their behaviors, which is good for the would be environmentalists.”
To know more about the Bolivian wildlife volunteer package details, log on to http://www.volunteerchallenge.com/WILDLIFE.htm