KFBG Fauna Conservation Department needs Volunteers

23 Mar

Calling all animal lovers! The Kadoorie Farm & Botanic Garden’s Fauna Conservation Department is looking for volunteers for these two teams:

Wild Animal Rescue Centre
Successful applicants will help care for the rescued animals. Their duties will include anything from preparing food, feeding animals, cleaning cages to assisting health check-ups.

Mule Operations
Successful candidates will help care for our two mules Dennie and Duffi, assist in transporting cargo, and deliver education talks to visitors

– The general care of rescued animals including preparing food, cleaning cages and laundry
– Assisting staff with regular animal check-ups, treatments and animal feeding

What KFBG is looking for:
– A hardworking, responsible team player
– Physically fit and enjoy the outdoors
– A minimum commitment of 3 days per week (Monday – Sunday, 8:30am – 5 pm) for at least 2 months.
– Valid tetanus vaccination
– Valid rabies and hepatitis B vaccination (Preferred)
– Previous experience with animals including pets (Preferred)

What you’ll get:
– Joy in working with animals and a deeper understanding of their needs, and be able to contribute toward the conservation of many different species
– Basic animal husbandry training
– Additional animal husbandry training (For volunteers who can offer long term regular commitment i.e. at least 4 days per week for at least 2 months)
– Lunch and travel allowance (For volunteers who can offer long term regular commitment)

How to Apply: Before you apply, please read the Volunteer Attachment Programme Conditions.
Due to limited parking space, volunteers are recommended to take public transportation to KFBG.
Please click here to apply online.
For more information, please email fauna@kfbg.org

About the Fauna Conservation Department: The main goals of the Fauna Conservation Department are to help protect our local and regional biodiversity, through wildlife rescue work, breeding programmes and educational projects, which aim to connect visitors with nature and conservation issues.
The focus of their work is:
1. Wild Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation
2. Endangered Species Conservation
3. Specialist Wildlife / Ecological Advisory Services
4. Unique Educational Experiences


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