Animal rescue Pavlov
Description: Pavlov is an animal rescue for handicapped animals. Their main mission is accepting and taking care of wild animals (that were hurt or lost parents). The objective is to retrieve as many of them as possible back to the nature. Besides that, the NGO also educates people about environment and animal care. Last, but not least, Pavlov takes part in several rescue programs for endangered species.
Type of Work: Since June is the time of animal babies, they need a lot of people to take care of them! So, you will mainly feed the animals, play with them and take care of them. In addition, you will help with maintenance of the shelters and give a hand when there is an event for schools and children.
Study Theme: You will not only learn about the animal care itself, but also about running the rescue (its pros and cons), get to know what dangers people prepared for animals and how to behave when you find one that is hurt or abandoned. On top of that, you will explore local “natural garden” and see an insect-hotel, snake bed or frog castle.
Accommodation: Volunteers will be accommodated in a separate house, sleeping on beds and mattresses. There is a bathroom & toilet in the same house, and 2 more in another building few metres away. Volunteers will be eating together with the staff and help with preparation of meals, vegetarian food possible. There is wi-fi access.
Language: The language spoken in the Czech Republic is Czech, but we do not expect you to know it! English will be the language of the workcamp, and we will teach basic words in Czech at the beginning, since most local people do not speak English. But do not worry, the people are very friendly and easy-going!
Approximate Location: The rescue is located in a really small village in the middle of the Czech Republic. It is perfect for trips in calm woods and exploring nearby cultural heritage.
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MY-SCI 11.2 Meditation and Natural Farming at 1,135 Metres Above Sea Level
11 Dec 2018 - 21 Dec 2018
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