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Simple Steps You Can Take to Help End Rhino Poaching

The sickening attack on the Fundimvelo Rhino Orphanage at Thula Thula in South Africa in recent weeks, (see our earlier report on the work of the orphanage) and the worrying escalation of violation in poaching incidents this latest episode suggests, together with the shocking poaching incident in a French zoo in the last few days, […]

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Saving desert rhino

It’s great to see that the images we got visiting Save the Trust (SRT) in Namibia last month are already being put to work by Save the Rhino International in its newly-launched 2013 appeal to raise funds for SRT’s conservation work protecting the world’s largest free-ranging population of critically endangered black rhino. The Trust’s dedicated […]

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Tracking desert rhinos: first catch your camel

For once the loud grumbling noise is not coming from our stomachs. It’s quite a din and makes it difficult to say hello again to one of our old friends from Save the Rhino Trust (SRT) in Namibia, the charity that’s protecting the world’s last remaining population of truly free-roaming black rhinos: the rare, desert-adapted […]

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Tracking the success of Namibia’s desert rhinos

When we last came to track Namibia’s arid-adapted black rhino in their desert stronghold it was May 2009. The rains that year had been exceptionally good and searching out the rhinos in this remote region was challenging even for the experienced and expert local trackers employed by Save the Rhino Trust (SRT). SRT is the […]

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Where to watch wild rhinos

We’re often asked where are good places to see rhinos in the wild, so now we’ve added a page to this blog listing some of our favourite places. Because of the poaching epidemic some reserves are understandably reluctant to publicise their rhinos, so we’ve not included these locations.  Instead we’ve limited ourselves to parks where […]

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