Wildlife Conservation: LEO Africa
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A wildlife volunteer project, based in South Africa. Monitoring and collecting data for the protection of animals within the Marataba section of the Marakele National Park. Their work links ecology with the practical aspects of running a nature reserve, providing a rewarding and educational wildlife volunteer experience.

Established in 2005, Limpopo Eco Operations (LEO Africa) is a Big 5 wildlife monitoring, conservation and sustainable living volunteer project, whose mission is to provide park management to a section of the Marakele National Park with information about the key animal species present (such as lion, leopard, elephant, black and white rhino, buffalo, hyenas and cheetah), alongside supporting conservation work, anti-poaching initiatives and some veterinary operations...

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