Nest watches for Kangaroo Island’s Glossy Black-Cockatoos
The Glossy Black-Cockatoo Recovery Program is one of the most successful recovery programs for threatened species in Australia. This well-managed program based on scientific data undertakes continual research and successful on-ground actions. Each year volunteers play a vital role in assisting project staff with location and monitoring of active nests and revegetation activities.
- Dai Morgan, Project Officer, Glossy Black-Cockatoo Recovery Program on (08) 8553 4406 or email@example.com.
Cleland Wildlife Park - food bag production volunteers
Food bag production volunteers assist with the production and bagging of food pellets. These bags are provided to park visitors to hand feed animals throughout the park. Any relevant training will be provided.
Adelaide Dolphin Sanctuary Action Group
The ADS is looking for volunteers for the following ongoing roles:
Land-based patrols: Volunteers are required to undertake ongoing monitoring of the Port River Dolphins through land based patrols. From land you can take photos for identification, watch and learn natural behaviours as well as report incidents, injuries and other events.
Online support: Enthusiastic and computer savvy volunteers are needed to help regularly update the ADS Action Group Facebook page. Tasks include: uploading of photos (that may involve editing first) and responding to enquires. The material to be uploaded will be provided to you. A commitment of around two hours a week is all you need and you could help without leaving your own sofa!!
Grant application: Volunteers with experience writing grant applications are wanted to help us apply for grants to obtain equipment for volunteers and projects.
Help the helper: Enthusiastic volunteers are needed to help coordinate some of the volunteer projects in the office. Tasks include: data entry for land based patrols, data entry for volunteer registration and development of articles for newsletters.
Cleland Wildlife Park - animal management volunteers
Animal management volunteers work closely with the keeper staff at Cleland Wildlife Park helping with the care and husbandry of our captive native wildlife population. While there is no direct handling of the animals volunteering at Cleland can be a worthwhile and rewarding experience. Some of the tasks may include food preparation and cleaning of the food prep area, cleaning exhibits and enclosures, and creating behavioural and environmental enrichment tools.