All our experiences have been visited by a member of the AEI team. We have made sure they are safe, ethical and will provide you with the best possible experience- while you provide them with the best possible help.

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Wildlife Rehabilitation in Australia

Join the team and care for wildlife at this Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre in Australia. 

This is a wildlife rehabilitation centre located in Western Australia that rehabilitates and treats sick, injured and orphaned wild animals. The centre admits more than 2,400 animals each year and offers expert care and rehabilitation with the goal of releasing the wildlife back to the wild. The main focus of this wildlife centre is a commitment to the protection and welfare of native wildlife.


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Wildlife Rehabilitation in Guatemala

Help sick, injured and orphaned wildlife in central Guatemala.

This Wildlife Rescue Centre was originally created for a very specific and urgent purpose: to build a rescue center to care for and rehabilitate wild animals that were being confiscated on the black market by the Guatemalan government. Over the years it has grown into one of the largest and most complex rescue centres in the world. Each year it admits over 500 animals representing more than 40 species of wildlife.


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Wildlife Rehabilitation in Thailand

Help care for wildlife rescued in Thailand.

Wild animals in Thailand are experiencing pressures from many sources – loss of habitat, hunting, the illegal pet trade, use of animals by the entertainment industry, and cruelty and abuse by people. In an attempt to help native wildlife this organization runs several projects including hands-on wildlife rescue, wildlife rehabilitation, community education and research. Built on temple land, the centre provides the animals with a huge plot of forest to shelter in during their rehabilitation, or for some to live in for the rest of their lives.


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Wildlife Rehabilitation in Indonesia

Help care for wildlife rescued in Indonesia.

Our partner centre is strategically located in Indonesia where it can tackle the cross-border trade. This sustainably-run rescue centre allows authorities to enforce wildlife laws, carry out their raids and confiscate live animals. These animals are offered care and rehabilitation, with the hope of being able to release them back into the wild. Those animals that cannot be released are provided long-term care at the centre. Our partner also supports the protection of wildlife and their habitats through education and advocacy.


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Wildlife Rehabilitation Medicine Course in Guatemala

Learn about Wildlife Medicine at a Wildlife Rescue Centre in Guatemala.

The rescue centre is situated on 45 hectares of land on a lake in northern Guatemala and includes a quarantine area, a veterinary hospital, and rehabilitation facilities with a large flight cages and enclosures scattered throughout the jungle. Nearly all of the animals at the centre have been seized from smugglers and are often very young, needing constant care and attention. The short course in Wildlife Rehabilitation Medicine will teach you about Guatemalan wildlife and how to manage, treat and care for them while in captivity. This will give you the foundations needed to work with these species in a professional capacity. As a veterinary professional you will be in a position to make a difference to wildlife rescue programs around the world.


wildlife rehab in Malawi

Wildlife Rehabilitation in Malawi.

Help rescue and rehabilitate wildlife in southern Africa.

Malawi is the principle hub for wildlife trafficking in Southern Africa. Wild animals in the region are threatened by this illegal wildlife activity as well as the bushmeat trade, deforestation and other conflicts with people. This organization aims to protect wildlife, provide care for rescued wild animals and empower the guardians of the wild. More than 200 animals are in care at this wildlife centre, with the goal of returning as many as possible back to the wild each year.