Volunteer Abroad Nature Conservation
Volunteer in nature conservation and help to preserve pristine natural areas and endangered habitats
Volunteering in nature conservation
Volunteer work in nature conservation gives you the opportunity to immerse yourself in magnificent natural landscapes and to commit yourself to protecting and preserving the vulnerable environment and important habitats.
For all nature enthusiasts who want to get to know a country in a very special way and do good for the environment, volunteering in nature conservation proves to be a suitable and enriching option. As a nature conservation volunteer you can immerse yourself in breathtaking natural areas, get to know exciting cultures and make an active contribution to the protection of biological diversity – whether as a meaningful time-out of 1 or 2 weeks, as part of a semester break or in the course of an entire gap year or sabbatical.
Why nature conservation?
Forests, meadows, mountains, wetlands, dune and coastal landscapes – all over the world, you can discover diverse and extraordinary natural areas with a wide variety of plant species. These, in turn, serve as habitat and food for a fascinating animal world. However, factors such as climate change, intensive land use, the spread of invasive species or building measures mean growing threats to flora and thus to the biodiversity of many places.
In order to actively support the preservation of these areas, you can become a Natucate volunteer in various projects around the world. Find out more about where and how you can join us as a conservation volunteer.
Highlights of your volunteer work in nature conservation
Volunteer work in nature conservation with Natucate
Natucate gives you the chance to actively support environmental and nature conservation as a volunteer. Your volunteer work can range from 1 to 2 weeks, to summer holidays or to a gap year in Europe. In the following you will get an overview of your options to become active as a nature conservation volunteer with Natucate.
Nature conservation in the USA
Volunteering in California: If you choose to volunteer on the magnificent US West Coast, you will not only have the opportunity to actively contribute to the conservation of pristine natural areas, but also to experience breathtaking national parks and nature reserves up close. During your volunteer work as a conservationist in California, the focus of your work will usually be on trail construction and maintenance, invasive plant removal and erosion control.
Nature conservation in New Zealand
As a volunteer in New Zealand you will work in regions far off the beaten track and get to know the country from a very special perspective. As a participant in our year-round volunteer programme in New Zealand, you will be involved in the protection of endangered native animals and the country's unique flora. You can decide where you want to be based: Auckland, Christchurch or Wellington.
As a volunteer on New Zealand's spectacular Kauri Coast, you will focus on the nature of the country's North Island and get to know the fascinating ecosystem "rainforest" and its impressive animal world up close. Through your participation in the protection of ancient forests and endangered species, you will experience the country in a way that is rarely seen by others.
Nature conservation projects in Spain
Our nature conservation programme in Spain enables you to protect endangered natural areas in a sustainable way and to marvel at the beauty of south-west European landscapes at close range. Before your conservation adventure starts, you can decide whether you would like to work as a volunteer at the València site or as a volunteer at the Dénia site to dedicate yourself to various vegetation work. From 2 weeks to a quarter of a year: volunteering in Spain is suitable for both busy and flexible schedules.
Nature conservation in Estonia
Nature conservation in Northern Europe: Become a volunteer to Estonia and dedicate yourself to various environmental activities to protect endangered species and their habitats in a sustainable way. Stationed in various work camps, you and your team will venture out into nature each day – from national parks to islands in the Baltic Sea – to support the removal of invasive plant species or the implementation of construction measures. Volunteering in Estonia gives you the chance to enjoy diversified conservation work and to come close to nature and culture in Northern Europe.
Our team at Natucate is happy to advise you in detail about your volunteer opportunities in nature conservation and to assist you in planning your trip – get in touch with us and experience an unforgettable and meaningful stay abroad as a volunteer in nature conservation!
Become a volunteer in the USA and play an active role in conserving the Golden Coast's unique nature
As a volunteer in New Zealand you become involved in protecting the country's unique flora and fauna
Help restore and maintain the habitats of endangered species as a conservation volunteer in beautiful Estonia