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
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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
The new Rhinos Without Borders monitoring aircraft, a two-seater Savannah piloted by Sven Bourquin, made its maiden survey flight over the landscapes of Botswana, on 02 March 2017. The aircraft’s design makes it well-suited for monitoring purposes. Agile in flight, even when fully-fitted with survey equipment, the Savannah will save considerable time as it is…Details
Make a difference by getting hands on this #givingTuesday! Book a once-in-a-life time, life-saving rhino capture experience, which is scheduled to take place early 2017. This unique adventure offers the unforgettable opportunity for you to be directly involved in the field operations of the Rhinos Without Borders project, and includes a 4-night stay at a luxury…Details