Bali Wildlife Rescue Centre

Bali Wildlife Rescue Centre

What is: Bali Wildlife Rescue Centre

Friends of the National Parks Foundation (FNPF) is an Indonesian nonprofit organization that works at the intersection of environmental protection, community development and wildlife rehabilitation. Our unique three-pronged approach ensures that our conservation work is holistic and sustainable, while also ensuring that it benefits local communities. We run projects across three islands: Bali, Nusa Penida and Kalimantan. These projects include wildlife rehabilitation, the breeding and release of critically endangered birds, habitat protection, reforestation, and agroforestry โ€“ agriculture integrated with cultivation and conservation of trees. Our community development work includes environmental education, teaching sustainable ways to make a living such as ecotourism and organic farming, and reducing reliance on illegal and palm oil plantations as major factors of deforestation. Our volunteer program provides an opportunity for students and other individuals to gain experience in the care of animals as well as in animal conservation. No animal-related qualifications or experiences are necessary. However, any volunteers who have specialist skills, whether in animal-related or in any other ๏ฌeld, are a great help to us. We are a small facility and therefore only able to take two volunteers at the same time. Because of the nature of the work we require a minimum stay of one week and maximum of three weeks.

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GENERAL INFO

Price

๐Ÿ’ต From 150 USD/week

Staying time

โณ From 1 week to 3 weeks

Language spoken

๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง English

Accommodation provided

๐Ÿกย  Yes

Food provided

๐Ÿฅ— No

Country

๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ฉ Indonesia

Region

๐ŸŒ Asia

Type of habitat

Not specified

Description

Typical day at the center

6am โ€“ 7am Breakfast 7am โ€“ 8am Food preparation and feeding 8am โ€“ 9am Cleaning enclosures 10am -12pm Gardening/maintenance work 12pm โ€“ 1pm Lunch 1pm โ€“ 2pm Food preparation and feeding 2pm - 3 pm Enrichment 3pm onwards Free time

Activities

Main activities volunteers will be involved with are providing enrichment for the animals, feeding the animals and cleaning/maintenance of the enclosures. Other projects, i.e. observing animal behaviour, might be available occasionally. However, handling of animals is not allowed under any circumstances.

In regards to working hours, the volunteers work per day 5-7 hours/working day.

Food and accommodation

volunteers can prepare their own meals in our kitchen. volunteers can go to the traditional market and supermarket near our centre, with affordable price, if you want to buy food supply.

Animals

The animals they take care of in this center are:

Bears, Birds, Monkeys, Other small mammals, crocodiles

Application

Qualification required

- You must be 18 years of age or above (unless accompanied by a parent or supervisory adults) - You must be in reasonable physical condition, and prepared for hands-on manual work in a hot equatorial environment - You are responsible for your own vaccinations and should optionally bring antimalarial prophylactics and medications, as well as creams/lotion for protection from mosquitoes and sun - You must bring a copy of your passport - We are open to all the skills. Please be ready to work hard and get dirty! Volunteers are expected to follow the guidelines at BWRC, including house rules as well as working guidelines.

How to apply?

Email us with your preferred dates and any questions you might have. Please send email to info@fnpf.org. We will then review your request and confirm whether we have availability. To secure your placement, you will then be asked to pay a deposit of 50%. Please note that we cannot secure a place without a deposit (we receive many requests to volunteer from people who change their plans). For more information, visit www.fnpf.org

Practical information

Internet access

Wifi access

Cost details

The volunteer fee contributes to the running costs of the centre as well as accommodation for the volunteers. The current fees are as follows: One week, USD 150 Two weeks, USD 250 Three weeks, USD 330

How to get there?

From I Gusti Ngurah Rai Airport, you can go to Grab or Gojek corner. ask the staff if you want to go to Bali Wildlife Rescue Centre in Tabanan City. Otherwise, you can call a taxi in the airport. it takes an hour from airport to our centre by car. any other choice is that you can take the Teman Bus. please download the application in Playstore "Teman Bus" for the routes from airport to BWRC We provide a pick up service with additional charge. please let us know if you need a pick up by email to bwrc@fnpf.org

Is there a minimum age?

To volunteer in this center you will have to be at least 18 years old

When can volunteers join?

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On the web

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