Become a virtual wildlife volunteer, alongside our conservation team in Sri Lanka, to improve your knowledge about conservation challenges while you contribute to ongoing research and conservation efforts. Participate in interactive lessons about Asian elephants, and marine research and conservation. You will learn in detail the traits that can be used to identify individual elephants to understand their population dynamics, factors influencing elephant movements and monitoring their health. All of this information is crucial for their long term conservation. Join the groundbreaking Project Orange Elephant virtually to learn about applied conservation as a solution to address one of the biggest environmental, socio-economic and political crisesRead More →

Help tackle Human-Elephant Conflict challenges when you volunteer in Sri Lanka. The Saving Elephants by Helping People project is one of the longest operating community-based participatory human-elephant conflict resolution projects in the world. You will work alongside our scientists, conservationists, educators, community partners and local villagers deep within the heart of beautiful Sri Lanka, supporting essential research and conservation work.Read More →

Volunteer at the home of famous White Rhino, ‘SuperMom’ Thandi who survived being poached. She survived thanks to the dedication and commitment of our local team of conservationists and vets who refused to give up on her. Following her recovery, Thandi has even had two babies, and she is a major symbol of hope for rhinos across the conservation community!Read More →

Help conserve Black Rhino and other wildlife on a Big Five game reserve at Victoria Falls, Africa’s Adventure Capital. The reserve is declared an intensive protection zone for the last population Black Rhino in this region. You will join our team’s integrated conservation approach, helping with reserve management, wildlife monitoring, environmental awareness, sustainability initiatives and community upliftmentRead More →