Endangered Species Centre - South Africa - South Africa
This 21 day program is divided into three main sections: Participation, Conservation and Sight Seeing.
The focus of the program is on the cheetah, and during the course participants are involved with the everyday care of the cheetahs. This includes, cleaning, feeding, and where required, assisting with or observing any veterinary activities that may occur during their stay. The same activities apply to other species being cared for at the centre. The knowledge gained about the animals and work of the centre through this kind of participation is both specific and personal.
The Sight Seeing section of the program is where participants get to put theory into practice either through directed observation in the wild or at other centres that specialise in other areas of research or conservation.
The program is largely based on the interactive involvement of participants, who in the process gain valuable knowledge of and experience in nature conservation.
Students will also have the opportunity to visit numerous places of interest and attractions in the area, including the renowned Kruger National Park. Included in the program is the unique and memorable experience at... View Full Description
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