Position: Wildlife Intern in Costa Rica
Type: volunteer position with free accom., more (see below)
Location: Nicoya Peninsula, Costa Rica, Central America
This project rescues, rehabilitates and releases injured and/or orphaned wildlife (e.g. howler and capuchin monkeys, anteaters, kinkajous, parrots, opossums, etc).
The wildlife intern helps with a wide variety of tasks, including animal husbandry and enclosure maintenance.
The intern receives free accommodation with kitchen facilities, and has access to a infinity pool and comfortable lounge area.
The intern will live and work in a magnificent natural setting, bordering a national park.
A full project description is provided on the Volunteer Latin America website:
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Current status: Open/apply now. Date posted: May 7 2018 ID: 45533