Norfolk Island work

work on Norfolk Island

The Wild Mob is a non-profit, non-political organization working locally to preserve Australia's most endangered wildlife and ecosystem. The Wild Mob is a non-profit, non-political organization working locally to preserve Australia's most vulnerable wildlife and ecosystem. This is done by taking in voluntary work to rebuild the vulnerable species' habitats, and one of their main programming areas is Norfolk Island. To Derek, he says: "Wild Mob's work on our Norfolk Island property is particularly interesting because of its unparalleled ecosystem and amazing population.

The Norfolk Island opens people's minds. The Norfolk Island shows that the outside space is not boundless - you have to be careful how you use it. This is the place to show how the environment can go along with the development of powerful societies. With a Ph. D. in Ocean Ecology and Mineralogy, Derek enumerates his preferences as an SCUBA diver, boater, kayaker, animal photographer and traveler to major international bio-diversity hot spots and studies their ecosystem managers.

Derek has many years of experience in the fields of NGOs, government and industry and knows that Wild Mob is the best way forward for nature protection managers in Australia. Mr. Beyreuther is a member of the Commission for Ecosystem Managment within the International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Chairman of the Island Arks Australia Alliance.

More than 10 groups have traveled to Norfolk Island since 2014, not only to spend an adventure weekend voluntarily, but also to spend their holidays and take advantage of all the island has to offer. Six excursions to the Wild Mob Conservation Project are planned for 2016, as well as a dedicated Conservation Insider and Norfolk Island Bird War.

Every insider tour has a max. group of 8 people and is managed by Derek himself. If you would like more information about Wild Mob travel to Norfolk Island, please call joyce@travelcentre.nf or 1800 1400 66 from Australia or 0800 0088 10 from New Zealand.

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