MONTE ADONE WILDLIFE PROTECTION CENTRE
Focus: Animal Care.
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A voluntary non-profit institution working in the rescue and rehabilitation of wild animals found injured. Emergency service is active 24hrs/day. The Centre also takes care of different exotic animals found abandoned or others that have been confiscated from Government authorities. Guided visits for schools and families available.
A voluntary non-profit institution working in the rescue and rehabilitation of wild animals found injured. The Centre also takes care of different exotic animals found abandoned or others that have been confiscated from Government authorities.
Costs & Benefits
Work (8–10hrs/day) depends on the season. Feeding, cleaning and caring of animals. Day and night rescuing operations of wounded fauna. Maintenance and building activities. Volunteers give a little help in the housekeeping.
A EUR80 (approx. GB£55) payment is required to cover food and insurance for the first trial week. The Centre will offer free full room and board for the remaining period. In shared rooms in the Centre.
True love for animals, attitude to live and work in community, willingness to work in contact with animals, goodwill and spirit of adaptation, sense of responsibility. Italian; English is also spoken by centre coordinators.
Monte Adone Wildlife Protection Centre
Via Brento, 9
40037 Sasso Marconi (Bologna), Italy
Tel: ++39 (051) 847 600
Location:Sasso Marconi, Italy
Average cost per day: No fees (EUR80 for first week)
Focus: Animal Care
Skills needed: Volunteers must be at least 18 years old