Orangutan, gibbon, macaque sun bear and eagle rehabilitation

Project name:

Wildlife Rescue Centre Jogja

Project purpose:

Orangutan, gibbon, macaque sun bear and eagle rehabilitation

Project activities:

  • animal interaction

  • animal rehabilitation

Terrestrial

Indonesia

South-East Asia

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Weekly cost (approx USD):

$

700

Direct benefits you gain:

  • cultural integration

  • remote scenic location

Noteworthy conservation points:

Accommodation:

air conditioned, en-suite twin bedroom

Requirements:

Facilities:

accommodation included, food included, electricity, refillable water, local shops

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

*whole packages*

USD $700 for 1 week
USD $950 for 2 weeks
USD $1200 for 3 weeks
USD $1450 for 4 weeks

 

WRC is not only home to several orangutans but an array of Indonesian wildlife that have been rescued from the Illegal Pet Trade: sun bears, eagles, gibbons, monkeys, parrots, crocodiles and leopard cats. When you sign up to be a volunteer with WRC you will be able to work closely with the animal keepers with daily cleaning and feeding procedures, experiencing up-close and personal interactions with all the animals and try new foods you probably never knew existed.

The Daily Routine

Volunteers will typically start work with the animal keepers at 7:15am beginning with cage cleaning duties. Snacks are provided at 10am for a break time. The first daily feeding is after morning break. At 12pm you will be provided with a traditional Indonesian lunch followed by daily animal enrichment activities at 1pm. This includes making food / cage activities for the animals. The second daily feeding is at 2pm and the day will finish at 3pm Monday to Friday with Saturday and Sunday as rest or excursion days. There's many places to visit and hiring a car for the day is easy.

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