Volunteering in Israel

Desert Wildlife Program

About the Project

The mission of this nature reserve is to establish reproduction groups for populations of wild animals that are mentioned in the Bible but have disappeared from the landscape, as well as for other endangered desert animals. The reserve has three parts: a three-acre penned-in open area, where herds of herbivorous animals live in conditions similar to those in the wild; the Predators Centre, where reptiles, small desert animals, and large predators are on display; and the Desert Night Life Exhibition Hall, where night and day are reversed so that visitors to the reserve can observe nocturnal animals during their active hours.

Volunteer Work and Contribution

Volunteers will become an integral part of the NPA staff at the Wildlife preserve and other nature reserves in the southern region of the Arava and Eilat. Duties include: Feeding animals and cleaning habitats, maintenance, observations and data collection, accompanying & assisting park rangers, field work and constructing enrichment facilities. Long-term volunteer may be asked to lead short term workcamps of 6 volunteers at the preserve.

Minimum Requirements

  • Min age 18 - Max age 60
  • Basic English or Hebrew
  • Good physical fitness
  • Motivation to work with animals
  • Able to work in harsh desert climate
  • Full travel & medical insurance  
  • For more information and to apply, visit the Desert Wildlife Program

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