Conservation management and husbandry

Project name:

Muller stud volunteer

Project purpose:

Conservation management and husbandry

Project activities:

  • data collection/analysis

  • animal interaction

Weekly cost (approx USD):

$

140

Terrestrial

Namibia

Africa

Direct benefits you gain:

  • field research skills

  • undertake your own research

Noteworthy conservation points:

Accommodation:

Shared house

When does the project run?

Facilities:

cooking facilities, wifi, western toilet, shower

How long can I stay?

Requirements:

Details of the day-to-day life on the project:

Some of the tasks while working on the project will be:

  • Wildlife husbandry (monitoring, feeding, hygiene etc.)

  • Horse husbandry (monitoring, feeding, hygiene. If wanted students can ride and monitor wildlife on horseback. Student should bring his/her own hard hat. Besides horses we have some donkeys who walk together with the horses.

  • Administration (daily updates on individual animals, identification of photos etc.) 

  • Fence and maintenance checking while driving

  • Other work, such as checking of camera traps, lab work, wildlife monitoring, basic vet care (vaccinating, deworming)    

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Reviews & ratings

Matt Megill

The previous review I accidentally submitted before I was done. And I want to write the FULL REVIEW:

Diving at Isla del Caño was such a life changing, passion accelerating experience for me. I had done a conservation diving internship in Thailand before this experience, and it felt GREAT to apply those skills and field methods to another part of the world. I had a passion for the ocean before this experience, however this expedition solidified that I need to dedicate my life and career to the ocean and science.

Carlos is truly an inspiration. His fiery passion for the ocean is contagious. He worked really hard to put the experience together with the boat, the dive equipment, and the education. This expedition was a lot of hard work. We woke up really early went on two dives a day. We came back exhausted. But I really can't stress how rewarding the experience was. The fact we were literally advising and providing resources for the rangers protecting the island made me feel like I was making a difference in the world.

This will not be the last Innoexpedition I go on. And I will keep supporting Innoceana and promoting all the work it is doing.

Volunteer

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Matt Megill

Diving at Isla del Caño was such a life changing, passion accelerating experience for me. I had done a conservation diving internship in Thailand before this experience, and it felt GREAT to apply those skills and field methods to another part of the world. I had a passion for the ocean before this experience, however this expedition solidified that I need to dedicate my life and career to the ocean and science.

Carlos is truly an inspiration. His firey He worked really hard to put the experience together with the boat, the dive equipment, and the education. This expedition was a lot of hard work. We woke up really early went on two dives a day. We came back exhausted. But I really can't stress how rewarding the experience was. The fact we were literally kind of advising and providing resources for the rangers protecting the island made me feel like I was making a difference in the world.

Volunteer

An Experience of a Lifetime