Type: Environment & Wildlife Conservation, Teaching & Education,
Organisation: Volunteers for International Partnership
Sea turtles are now endangered species who need constant protection from poachers, pollution and the developing world. As a volunteer you will be working in a sea turtle conservation project that works toward helping these great animals survive and thrive on the Guatemalan coast.
What could you be doing as a volunteer?
You will help a sea turtle conservation project prevent egg poaching and teach locals about the importance of marine wildlife by:
-Helping with night patrols for eggs
-Monitor the incubating process of sea turtle eggs
-Release young turtles into the ocean
-Conduct workshops about the importance of sea wildlife protection
Availability: Turtle season is June to December
Minimum Commitment: 2 weeks
Level of Spanish: Beginner
Requirements: Volunteers must be reasonably fit and able to work under the sun.
NLEX/CA- Integrated Learning Experiences/Central America
Apartado Postal 003 San Lucas
Telephone 1: 502 564 87140
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