|Job Title||Volunteer Wildlife Conservation Work|
|Location||Komsberg Wilderness Nature Reserve, South Africa|
|Job Published||02 Mar 2017|
Brilliant work experience opportunity at nature reserve in South Africa.
We are offering a six-week placement between 9th May and 18th June 2017 to work at Komsberg Wilderness Nature Reserve. This is specifically for recent graduates who have completed a degree in conservation, ecology, biology, or similar.
Komsberg is a huge reserve, with many re-introduced species, owned and managed by The Wildlife For All Trust (a British registered charity).
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