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Check out the new African Conservation Experience website

Friday 28th May 2010

African Conservation Experience’s new website is now live, celebrating their second decade of sending conservation volunteers to southern Africa and putting the volunteers and projects ACE support at the core of the website.

What’s New?

  • Updated design with new photographic libraries for each project & project close ups
  • A new media gallery, showing wildlife photography & videos
  • Use of tag clouds throughout the site to help you navigate quickly to topics and projects of interest.
  • Current news reel of the latest project news on the home page to keep you updated.
  • ACE in the Media - find out which journalists, newspapers and magazines follow ACE.
  • Who volunteers section to see how we really do cater for any individual from 17 to 70 years.
  • Categorisation of our projects to ensure you can find what you are really interested in, from wildlife management and conservation to marine research and game ranger & tracking courses, there is something for everyone with a passion for conservation and wildlife.

Whether you are planning an unexpected gap year after your A-Level results, or looking to take a career break or adventure travel in retirement- have a look at the African Conservation Experience website for inspiration or just a good read about their conservation work, how they work with the local communities and the research and work volunteers contribute to.

African Conservation Experience, founded in 1999, provide volunteers with the opportunity to work alongside experienced zoologists, marine biologists, conservationists, wildlife vets and reserve managers.  Whether you are working as a research assistant out in the field or caring for animals in a wildlife rehabilitation centre, you will acquire valuable skills and experience to take you forward into your chosen career. ACE projects are ideal for a gap year, career break, sabbatical, unique holiday or honeymoon.