We all know that Australia has an abundance of totally adorable and wonderfully unique animals, but did you know that it’s possible to get to know them in depth through volunteering experiences? Here’s a few that you might like to become friends with while exploring the land down under!
Interested to go help out with a good cause and volunteer abroad? Interested to help rescue, rehabilitate and release animals back in to the wild? Or are you looking to help indigenous communities in the amazon rainforest preserve their way of life? Of course funding such a trip can be quite the barrier! It however does not need to be! Fronteering has partnered up with FundAtlas to help fund your volunteering abroad programs! For more informaton visit: https://fundatlas.org/
Due to our recent succes on our facebook page reaching 10,000 Likes we have decided to celebrate this with a contest with the price being no less than a free trip and airfare credit! For more information check the flyer below and please email to Info@fronteering.com to take part in our challenge winning this trip of a life time!
Assistant Program Coordinator position Guyana A unique opportunity to play a key role in Fronteering’s Guyana programs.
Start date: December 2013 or January?February 2014 Term of Contract: One year initial commitment preferred Are you interested? Please send your letter of motivation, resume and a few pictures of yourselft in the outdoors to firstname.lastname@example.org
Wildlife of the Amazon Rainforest Part 2: Reptiles and Amphibians Guyana's Amazon rainforest and savannahs are great places to see many different species of reptiles though it take some practices to spot them. A good place to start are the interior and exterior walls of your accommodation where you will encounter many species of lizards and gecko's on every corner. These lizards are your friends as they eat many nasty flies, mosquito's and other bugs so do not scare them away.
Wildlife of the Amazon Rainforest Part 1: Mammals We have the great privilege of being one of the few to run volunteer abroad programs in Guyana's unspoiled Amazon rainforest. Guyana's Amazon is the most northern reach of the Amazon Basin and also some of the last untouched tropical rainforest in the world. Being in Guyana is always a pleasure and you never know which animals you encounter. Whenever we think we have seen it all some interesting animals introduces itself that we had no clue of even existed.