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Volunteer in Ecuador in Animal Care

Latin American Sea Turtles

Summer 2018: Join a Group of Volunteers Headed to Costa Rica to Aid in Baby Turtle Conservation!

Costa Rica.
June 18 - June 25, 2018
Aid in sea turtle conservation in Costa Rica! Search for nesting adult female turtles during nocturnal beach patrols, help relocate the eggs to a safe hatchery, and more.

RAREC

June: Volunteer in a Conservation Center in the middle of the Peruvian Amazon!

Iquitos, Peru.
June 15 - June 30, 2018
Working together with the local community, we have built a center for wildlife rescue and environmental education, in the heart of the Peruvian Amazon. With our rescue efforts, we help the species’ survival in the present. With our outreach programs, we help preserve the species’ future. Just as important as our rescue efforts are our outreach programs. We engage in education and information campaigns at a local level, and with your help, we will be able to reach more people around the world.
100% response rate , 22 hour(s) response time.
Merazonia is a dynamic rescue and rehabilitation centre for trafficked and abused Amazonian animals, located on 250 acres of rainforest, in Mera, Ecuador, South America.

We are an intentional community focused on a solutions based lifestyle.

We are an animal protection organization located in Guayaquil, the largest city in Ecuador and the one with the highest population of dogs and cats in the country.

50% response rate , 5 hour(s) response time.
We are a wildlife rescue centre located in the Ecuadorian Amazon rainforest that rehabilitates, reintroduces, and cares for animals who are victims of illegal trafficking.

FEMM (Fundación Ecuatoriana para estudio de mamíferos marinos)

Volunteer in Marine Ecology!

Santa Elena - Villamil Playas, Ecuador, South America.
75% response rate
We are an Ecuadorian private, non profit and volunteering organization, we have been working on research and conservation for almost 30 years to benefit Marine mammals and in recent years with marine-coastal protected areas to preserve their habitats.