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Volunteer to Work With Wildife in Thailand

Tourism, development, and population growth affect more than just the people of Thailand. You can help by working directly with animals in need or at risk.  Through your efforts as a volunteer, these animals can be cared for, rehabilitated, re-released in some cases, and protected against future harm. Check out these volunteer opportunities offered by various organizations around Thailand!

WE DO NOT RUN THESE PROJECTS, BUT SIMPLY RECOMMEND THEM.

PLEASE CONTACT THESE WILDLIFE PROJECTS FOR INFORMATION :)

 

Gibbon Rehabilitation Project

Organization: Wild Animal Rescue Foundation of Thailand (WARF)

Website: www.warthai.org/product.php?id=1

Location: Phuket, southwestern Thailand

Description: Volunteers work with this project to care for rescued gibbon apes, working toward rehabilitation (many come to the project ill) and eventual release back into the wild.

 

 

 

 

 

Lanta Animal Welfare

Organization: Lanta Animal Welfare

Website: http://www.lantaanimalwelfare.com/

Location: Koh Lanta (Lanta Island), Krabi Province, southwestern Thailand

Description: Volunteers assist in the care of dogs and cats at the project's shelter as well as healthcare and sterilization outreach programs with dogs and other animals on the island of Koh Lanta.

 

 

 

 

 

 

man and 2 elephants

Surin Project

Organization: Elephant Nature Foundation of Thailand

Website: www.surinproject.org/

Location: Surin, northeastern Thailand

Description: Elephants in Surin face great pressures from growing human populations and this project works to protect the great animals while building awareness and understanding from its human neighbours.  Join up to work as an elephant volunteer in Thailand!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wild Animal Rescue and Education Center

Organization: Wild Animal Rescue Foundation of Thailand (WARF)

Website: www.warthai.org/product.php?id=2

Location: Ranong, southern Thailand

Description: Animals including gibbons, slow loris, macaques and more have been rescued and for various reasons cannot be released back into the wild.  The project needs volunteer support to care for these rescued animals.

Last Updated on Thursday, 07 February 2013 09:58
 
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