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5 Environment & Conservation volunteer opportunities in Northern Territory NT found.

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Volunteers and Regional Reps - Anywhere in NT

  • Location: Darwin NT
  • Category: Environment & Conservation

The Orangutan Project (TOP) is a dynamic, fast-growing and successful not-for-profit organisation that fights for orangutan conservation by securing land and rescuing, rehabilitating and releasing ex-captive orangutans. Our activities have positive flow-on effects that protect other endangered species such as the Sumatran tiger, elephant and rhino, as well as indigenous communities in the remaining rainforest of Borneo and Sumatra.

Volunteers and Regional Reps - Alice Springs

  • Location: Alice Springs NT
  • Category: Environment & Conservation

The Orangutan Project (TOP) is a dynamic, fast-growing and successful not-for-profit organisation that fights for orangutan conservation by securing land and rescuing, rehabilitating and releasing ex-captive orangutans. Our activities have positive flow-on effects that protect other endangered species such as the Sumatran tiger, elephant and rhino, as well as indigenous communities in the remaining rainforest of Borneo and Sumatra.

Tuesday Twilight Toadbusting in Darwin

  • Location: Darwin NT
  • Category: Environment & Conservation

This project aims to help reduce and control numbers of cane toads in local areas of Darwin. After an informative identification session we will head out to targeted breeding sites including Lee Point, East Point, Botanical Gardens and Golflinks to collect cane toads.Please call the office (08) 8981 3206 for further information or to book in to an upcoming session.

Volunteers and Assistant Regional Reps - Darwin

  • Location: Darwin NT
  • Category: Environment & Conservation

The Orangutan Project (TOP) is a dynamic, fast-growing and successful not-for-profit organisation that fights for orangutan conservation by securing land and rescuing, rehabilitating and releasing ex-captive orangutans. Our activities have positive flow-on effects that protect other endangered species such as the Sumatran tiger, elephant and rhino, as well as indigenous communities in the remaining rainforest of Borneo and Sumatra.

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