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Volunteer for Leopards

Despite the leopard's majestic appeal to conservationists and tourists alike, they are one of the big cats which are under a direct threat from humans. Through illegal hunting, habitat loss and habitat fragmentation their numbers and those of their South American cousins the Jaguar are currently in decline across the globe.

As a result, the leopard is currently considered to be a vulnerable species and are on the edge of becoming endangered. GoEco has therefore paired with local conservation efforts around the world working to protect these creatures before it is too late. You can join professional conservationists in rehabilitating sick and injured leopards, research important topics such as body mass and growth, behavior and gestation periods, protect and enrich the lives of animals residing long-term in sanctuaries due to an inamility to live in the wild, track jaguars in the Costa Rican jungle, and so much more.

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Volunteer at one of the largest and most successful wildlife rehabilitation and release centers in Africa! Volunteers on this project work with a range of animals, anything from monkeys to lions. Experience beautiful Zimbabwe while making...
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If you are passionate about wild animals and want to make a difference in their lives, then volunteer at the African Wildlife Ranch! Help their incredible staff with conservation efforts and experience close encounters with a range of...
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Join this unique wildlife conservation program in the spectacular, desert landscape of the Arava, and help to re-populate the nature reserve with the region's native species!  
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 Join this project to assist in the protection of endangered jaguars and experience living and working surrounded by Costa Rica’s rainforest!
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Experience life in the African bush while contributing to conservation efforts of Africa's fierce predators - lions and leopards. Participate in research and monitoring of these intriguing big cats to better understand their behaviors...
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