Mobile Bomas on the Move

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…

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Largest rhino airlift ever to move 100 at-risk animals

With rhino conservation in a desperate situation, Rhinos Without Borders takes on the challenge of moving 100 of these massive animals, which weigh up to two and a half tons each, to safe havens in Botswana. Dereck Joubert speaks to National Geographic about the myths surrounding rhino horn, the dangers and challenges of the translocation,…

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In the Media: You can save these rhinos

Africa Geographic examines how the Rhinos Without Borders initiative provides everyone with an opportunity to contribute towards the conservation of rhinos, which are under threat from the increased scourge of poaching. Donations through a crowd-funding page go directly towards the Rhinos Without Borders translocation initiative, run in conjunction with top experts in rhino poaching and…

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