Our volunteering program
 

Starting every Monday, with a minimum of two weeks commitment, the volunteer programme runs throughout the year.

 

Seaview Predator Park’s volunteering programme offers experience with a variety of wildlife, all under the supervision of dedicated professionals.

 

Included in the experience with the animals, is accommodation (wooden cabins,) all meals, laundry services and pick up and drop off at Port Elizabeth Airport.

 

The volunteers care for all the species at Seaview Predator Park, both indigenous and exotic, and help us to better the lives of all our animals through project time and enrichment programmes. We have endeavoured to house our animals in spacious enclosures, as close to their natural habitat as possible, and we make sure that they get the best veterinarian care.

 

The volunteers also assist to care for, to rehabilitate where possible, and to be involved in the release of all the animals brought into our sanctuary.

 

A Volunteer’s daily schedule will likely include the following: 

 

07.00 – 09.00 – Morning Tasks: (Animal food preparation, feeding, cleaning enclosures in Boardwalk area.) 

09.00 – 09.30 – Breakfast

09.30 – 13.00 – Project Time: (Constructing enclosures, building enrichment platforms/toys for animals, fixing fence lines, digging water holes, alien plant removal, road repairs, bush walks, etc.) 

13.00-14.00 – Lunch: (A cooked lunch is provided.) 

14.00 – 16.30 – Free time: (Volunteers can spend the afternoon observing our Boardwalk-housed animals.) 

16.30 – 17.00 – Afternoon Tasks: (Boardwalk animal food preparation and feeding.) 

17.00-18.00 – Evening Tasks: (Cleaning enclosures and feeding sanctuary/Boardwalk animals.) 

18.00 onwards – Free Time. 

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