An Update on Rhinos Without Borders’ Most Recent Project

Recently, Botswana’s spectacular Okavango Delta hailed the historic arrival of six Botswana-bred rhino (four males and two females); brought about by the propagating success of the Khama Rhino Sanctuary (KRS). The KRS was primarily established as a rhino breeding sanctuary to reintroduce these endangered animals to the wild areas of Botswana. This momentous translocation, achieved…

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Dr. Dave Cooper wins at 2016 Rhino Conservation Awards!

Dr Dave Cooper, one of the very talented Rhinos Without Borders veterinarians, was recently awarded the prestigious Rhino Conservation Award 2016 for Best Science, Research & Technology! Dr. Dave Cooper qualified as a veterinarian in 1981 and finally realised his ambition to work exclusively with wildlife in 1993 when he joined Natal Parks Board – now known as…

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In the Media: Al Jazeera

Africa’s rhinos, red tape and corruption – Follow Barbara McCarthy as she investigates how increased demand from Asian markets fuels poaching and pushes African rhino populations to near extinction. “The future of the rhino is at a tipping point,” Les Carlisle, group conservation manager at Rhino without Borders, based close to the Kruger National Park, in…

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Sharks Rugby supports Rhinos Without Borders

With rhino poaching at an all-time high, South African Rugby Union team, The Sharks, have joined forces with andBeyond and Great Plains Conservation to support the work done through the Rhinos without Borders initiative.  This partnership aims to raise awareness around the rhino poaching crisis in South Africa, but more importantly to assist in raising…

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