8/25/2022

IVHQ International Volunteer - Green Lion Turtle Conservation
IVHQ International Volunteer - Green Lion Turtle Conservation
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IVHQ International Volunteer

Peggy, our Global Green Ambassador was able to take part in this important mission to better understand the Green Lion Conservation’s turtle rescue mission at Nusa Penida Island, Bali.

Green Lion’s Project Mission:

Green Lion Turtle Conservation focuses on sea turtles, community environmental awareness and school environmental education. Preserve and raise awareness of the endangered sea turtles. Rescued sea turtles are released back into the ocean after undergoing successful rehabilitation at the Green Lion Sanctuary.

Healthy oceans need sea turtles. Sea turtles are a “key Stone Species”. Which means that they are a n important part of their environment and influences the other species around them. If a “key Stone Species” is removed from the habitat, the natural order can be disrupted, which can highly impact other wildlife.

Volunteer Program

Volunteers are the projects on-going success and its impact on the marine life. The program does not require experience and suitable for anyone with a passion for the environment, loves animals, being outdoors and close to the ocean!

Duties:

-         Restore and clean turtle tanks

-         Grout work and reinforce tanks

-         Baby turtle care

-         Food preparation and feeding

Accommodation:

-         Shared dorm or upgrade to private villa

Meal:

3 meals per day on the weekdays and 2 meals per day during the weekend.

 

Protect wildlife, save the ocean! Keep the sea plastic free!

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Bibi Samina

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