The group known as ‘Big Cats’ broadly includes the species of lion, leopard, tiger, jaguar, cheetah, cougar and snow leopard found across the globe. These species are renowned for their spectacular power and mighty roars. They often stand as symbols of a beauty and strength and anyone will tell you that close proximity to them is an unexplainable experience. If you want to volunteer with big cats, we offer several projects in Africa and Latin America which you can join.
But Big Cats aren’t the only groups of predators you need to watch out for. Some of the most awe-inspiring creatures are also grouped under the bracket of predators, and this includes bear and wolf species. Bears are simply charming in all their shapes, from the velvet-coated sun bear to the raggedy sloth bear. If you want to volunteer with bears, you can do so at our Bear Rescue centre in Cambodia. Wolves bodies are built for stamina, with the ability to cross long distances in harsh conditions and their faces show their intelligence and wolves have often been celebrated across cultures for being smart and beautiful creatures. Every winter, you can volunteer with our wolf and lynx tracking project in Slovakia to hopefully catch a glimpse of these majestic animals.