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Shoutout for Wildlife ACT Volunteers in October/November

If you have the time and means, please volunteer. They take people of all ages. They are doing great work. Let us know about your experience here!! This is from their Facebook.

Please help spread the word! (A shout-out to all our amazing supporters and previous wildlife volunteers):

We are in urgent need for more volunteers to join our WWF supported Endangered Wildlife Conservation Project here in Zululand. We especially need hands on deck in October and November 2015. Please SHARE this post and help us get people out to Africa to aid these amazing creatures.
NOTE: All new volunteers joining us during this time will get 25% off our usual participation fee. All that applicants need to do is quote “wild dog” in their application. :)

Volunteer with WWF supported Endangered Wildlife Conservation Project: http://bit.ly/1gPzQwp

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