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Madagascar Marine Conservation & Diving

Company: Frontier
Category: Conservation Projects (Conservation projects, Marine Conservation, Wildlife)
Location(s): Madagascar

Escape to Madagascar and a paradise island which is home to some of the world's most spectacular and least explored dive sites. The crystal clear waters host a dazzling array of pristine marine habitats and support a huge diversity and abundance of marine creatures. The vivid multi-coloured corals and luxuriant sea grass beds provide rich feeding

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Madagascar Wildlife Conservation Adventure

Company: Frontier
Category: Conservation Projects (Conservation projects, Rainforest, Wildlife)
Location(s): Madagascar

On the Frontier-Madagascar wildlife conservation project you’ll discover the huge variety of Madagascar's exotic species as you trek through remote regions of this hugely exciting island. Working alongside other dedicated volunteers, you’ll monitor the distribution and abundance of species, assessing their use of the wilderness habitats

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Namibia Wildlife Conservation & Sanctuary

Company: Frontier
Category: Conservation Projects (Conservation projects, Wildlife, Environmental Work)
Location(s): Namibia

Help conserve Namibia's precious wildlife at a spectacular sanctuary, in the heart of Africa. Rehabilitate and care for animals such as cheetahs, wild dogs, baboons, lions, and leopards as well as sheep, rabbits and other farm animals. Our baboons form a large part of the project; volunteers become surrogate mums for the little ones, bottle feeding

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Tenerife Whale & Dolphin Conservation

Company: Frontier
Category: Conservation Projects (Conservation projects, Marine Conservation, Wildlife)
Location(s): Spain

As one of the top whale and dolphin watching destinations in the world, the south-west coast of Tenerife is a truly outstanding location for the observation of free-living whales. There are resident communities of pilot whales and dolphins which remain here throughout the year, which can be observed on perhaps 80% of the days of the year. This pro

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Costa Rica Wildlife Conservation N.G.O Internship

Company: Frontier
Category: Conservation Projects (Conservation projects, Rainforest, Wildlife)
Location(s): Costa Rica

WHAT WILL I BE DOING? You will be working in the Pacific rainforests and beaches near Corcovado, one of the most remote parks in Costa Rica. Home to one of the largest tropical primary lowland rainforests in the world, the Corcovado National Park is also the habitat of a large range of endangered plant and animal species. Dense rainforest cre

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Madagascar Marine Conservation N.G.O. Internship

Company: Frontier
Category: Conservation Projects (Conservation projects, Marine Conservation, Wildlife)
Location(s): Madagascar

Escape to Madagascar – the magical island which is home to some of the world's most spectacular and least explored dive sites. The crystal clear waters host a dazzling array of pristine marine habitats and support a huge diversity and abundance of marine creatures. The vivid multi-coloured corals and luxuriant sea grass beds provide rich fee

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Madagascar Wildlife Conservation N.G.O. Internship

Company: Frontier
Category: Conservation Projects (Conservation projects, Wildlife, Environmental Work)
Location(s): Madagascar

Madagascar is home to all of the world's remaining Lemurs, with over 100 species currently described and with new discoveries being made seemingly each year! Madagascar also has a huge diversity of chameleons, including the world’s smallest and largest, many endemic birds and the spectacular fossa, a cat like carnivore which is actually relat

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Costa Rica Turtle Conservation

Company: Frontier
Category: Conservation Projects (Conservation projects, Marine Conservation, Environmental Work)
Location(s): Costa Rica

Set between tropical Caribbean and Pacific coasts, Costa Rica is one of the most breathtaking countries in the world. Even though it covers just 0.03% of the world’s landmass, it is home to an incredible 500,000 species including jaguars, spider monkeys and five species of turtle. Join this incredible project to discover a world of fragile be

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