The Honorary Rangers are a dedicated group of professionals committed to aiding the South African National Parks in terms of conservation work, fund-raising and special projects.
For more information, contact the Addo Region chairperson, Clive Gibson.
Opportunities exist for interested young people to gain first-hand experience of conservation in a national park. A four-week or eight-week experience allows the student to take part in the day-to-day conservation work of a Big Five national park. No prior experience is necessary, only a keen interest in nature and a willingness to be involved in all aspects of this work. There is a cost involved with this volunteer programme.
Get the latest info on Addo Honorary Rangers via their website: www.sanparksvolunteers.org
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Official Guide on Sale
This 52-page full-colour brochure gives the visitor a complete overview of the Park, its fauna and flora, history, new developments, accommodation and activities. Highly recommended! Available from the park directly.
Did You Know?
- It also protects the world's largest Cape gannet breeding population on Bird Island