Posted by: preservehawaii | September 27, 2010

Wildlife Volunteering in Kona

Volunteering with Three Ring Ranch Exotic Animal Sanctuary takes many forms (and they’re all free!):

– Groups are invited to join in on day projects
– Kona-area residents can become “animal keepers” with a 2-month commitment
– Pre-vet and vet students are always welcome for internships

To maintain their standing as a sanctuary designed to protect the well-being of their animal residents, the ranch isn’t open to the public on a regular basis—but educational tours can be scheduled for intimate groups. A suggested donation goes directly toward the animals’ upkeep. Contact the ranch for details:

Phone: (808) 331-8778

Three Ring Ranch is a nonprofit, fully accredited, entirely volunteer-run wildlife sanctuary dedicated to animal care and education. Visit their website to learn more about their programs:

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