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Update from the Wildlife Rescue, Rehabilitate and Release volunteer placement in South Africa (http://www.travellersworldwide.com/08c-south-africa/08-sa-rehab.htm)

 “After 4 and a half months of intensive rehabilitation by the centre’s Primate Manger, Mabel, Jack & Jill are all grown up and will soon be transferred to a pre-release enclosure at a private game reserve. Nestled in thick bush far from guests, this enclosure will give Jack and Jill the privacy, time and space they need to start acclimatizing to their new surroundings and life as wild bush babies. During this time, Jack and Jill will be supplementary fed to help them get on their feet before they are eventually released into the general reserve later this year. As with all their patients, these two amazing creatures have crept into their hearts… but helping them towards a free life back in the wild where they belong, is a reward and privilege like no other! We know Mabel is going to have a hard time saying goodbye to her little ones. Understandably”
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For those volunteering or doing a gap year placement in Cape Town, take a look at the "Big 7" experiences you can partake in when you have some free time
The Big 6 experience, must-do things tourists are encouraged to check off their Cape Town bucket list has now been expanded to the Big 7.
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Feeding time at the "Vervet Monkey Care, Rehabilitation and Release Volunteer " Project in South Africa (http://www.travellersworldwide.com/08c-south-africa/08-sa-monkey-rehab-watch.htm)
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It's "Save the Elephant" day and what better a way of helping rescued elephants than volunteering on at an elephant sanctuary in Thailand?
Care for rescued and sick elephants. You'll enjoy working hands-on and swimming with the elephants, whilst also preparing food and making sure the elephants are living in a comfortable environment | Travellers Worldwide volunteering
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May 23rd is World Turtle Day so why not take a break now and visit the amazing beaches of Bali and work at saving one the world’s oldest creatures 
Assist a Turtle Conservation project on an island a 45 minute speed boat ride from mainland Bali. You'll contribute to collecting vital baseline data on the turtle population on Nusa Penida and you may identify turtle species, collect eggs, monitor nests or see hatchlings get safely to sea | Travellers Worldwide
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HELP CONSERVE ENDANGERED ORANG-UTANS IN BORNEO!
RARE LATE AVAILABILITY 
Owing to a very late cancellation, we have one space available starting 6th July 2015 (through 30th August) on this very popular project. This programme is usually fully booked for two years in advance, so this is a rare opportunity to be able to participate in what we feel is the best Orang Utan Conservation project in the world!
For details contact Kath Mortimore on +44 (0) 1903 502595
kath@travellersworldwide.com
or visit http://www.travellersworldwide.com/11-malaysia/11-malaysia-orangutans.htm
Volunteer at the world-renowned Sepilok Orang Utan Conservation Center in Borneo, Malaysia, contributing to genuine, highly successful, conservation of Orang Utans. Their survival is constantly threatened by forest fires, tree felling, poaching and illegal hunting. Work hands-on to help their survival | Travellers Worldwide
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Happy Dolphin day! Would you like to volunteer on a project with dolphins and whales in South Africa? Take a look: http://www.travellersworldwide.com/08a-south-africa/08-sa-marine-knysna.htm
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Scenery from the amazing "Conservation in the Amazon Rainforest Volunteer placement in Peru" (http://www.travellersworldwide.com/06-peru/peru-manu.htm)
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We just received this photo from the Wildlife Monitor, Axel, of  our volunteer Isabelle helping to build a table, at the research camp on Somkhanda Game Reserve while on her Wildlife and Conservation placement in South Africa. Read more about what she will be doing here: http://www.travellersworldwide.com/08c-south-africa/sa-3reserve-expedition.htm
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Update from the Game Reserves and Wildlife Conservation volunteer placement in Kwa-Zulu Natal in South Africa (http://www.travellersworldwide.com/08c-south-africa/sa-3reserve-expedition.htm):

“It was late afternoon in Tau Camp. We were busy around camp when our ears picked up the distinct sound of lion calling, very close to camp! Not far from camp we came across a classic sign of a kill. 30 to 40 vultures were perched up in the trees in anticipation. We decided to investigate and after crashing through thick bush we came upon two beautiful male lions and their kill, an adult male giraffe. 
As these two boys are new in our area they have been dubbed the Thutlwa boys which translated from Setswana means the giraffe boys. They continued to gorge themselves for a week giving us fantastic opportunities to get id photographs of not only them but also the many hyenas that visited the kill.
Text by: Christian Du Plessis
Photo by: Peter Thorpe
Student: Verane Loriot”
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Update from the Conservation in the Amazon Rainforest in Peru volunteer placement: http://www.travellersworldwide.com/06-peru/peru-manu.htm

"Once a month, our  research team checks up on the motion-sensor camera traps set up around the  Reserve. 

It seems that the artificial mammal clay lick on T2 had a special visitor last month...a giant armadillo, which is a threatened species and a rare sight"
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Update from the Wildlife Rehabilitation volunteer placement in South Africa (http://www.travellersworldwide.com/08c-south-africa/08-sa-rehab.htm):

“This baby Impala was brought in last week after he was found entangled in one of the boundary fences of a nature reserve. Fortunately, the team at the reserve were quick to cut the distressed youngster free and rush him through to our centre. After being treated for some minor lacerations and given a long lasting antibiotic, he was safely returned to his very anxious mother”
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