Riverside Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre (RWRC) near Letsitele in the Limpopo Province of South Africa was established to accommodate and provide temporary sanctuary for wildlife casualties, rehabilitate them to a point of self-support and the ultimate release and introduction into nature where they naturally belong. Scientifically based vervet monkey (Cercophitecus aethiops) and other wildlife rehabilitation that started at the end of 1992 at another location was transferred and introduced at RWRC during 1995.
Stop dreaming about working with animals, join our volunteer program now and become part of the 'Riverside Family'. Meet people who have returned to Riverside to work with the animals. Have fun and make new friends whilst assisting with animal care and rehabilitation.
Experience the satisfaction of nursing injured animals back to health. Learn about animal care and husbandry. You might even be one of the fortunate few who can take part in a release of rehabilitated animals. Become one of a dedicated team working according to RWRC standards in the rehabilitation program.
RIVERSIDE WILDLIFE REHABILITATION CENTRE
PO BOX 161, LETSITELE 0885, LIMPOPO PROVINCE, SOUTH AFRICA.