Rhinos Without Borders is proud to announce the successful translocation and release of another 40 rhinos from South Africa to Botswana. Rhino horn remains one of the most sought after animal products in the illegal wildlife trade. Its value is greater than gold, making rhinos high-value targets for poachers. Rhinos Without Borders is addressing this…Details
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Struggling for a Christmas gift idea? We have the perfect suggestion for you. Why not purchase one of these limited edition rhino apparel items for a friend or loved one before Sunday the 19th of November? FLOAT (For Love of All Things) partnered with Rhinos Without Borders last year and together raised a considerable amount…Details
Dedicated supporters of rhino conservation, Linton Park Wines and the Hugo Rust Primary School, were able to make a whopping R126 426 donation to the Rhinos Without Borders initiative, on World Rhino Day – 22 September 2017. In 2016, the estate and school donated R54 704 (R50 000 from Linton Park and R4 704 from Hugo Rust) Linton Park…Details
The Rhinos Without Borders project has ensured a bright future for an additional 12 white rhino, which were recently airlifted to their safe new home in Botswana. In a bid to save the endangered species, the initiative removed the animals from a high risk area in South Africa, where rhino are being poached at the rate…Details
Making use of mobile rhino bomas is a first in the Botswana wildlife industry; especially as these mobile bomas had to be specifically created to cater for their very special guests as well as the unique environmental conditions that exist within Botswana. Critical to our Rhinos Without Borders project, the actual manufacturing of these sheet…Details