First rhinos in massive African airlift released in Botswana

Read a National Geographic feature about the massive airlift operation required to move the first ten of a hundred rhino, which were translocated from South Africa to Botswana as part of the Rhinos Without Borders project. Find out about the challenges encountered in getting the rhino safely to their new home in an undisclosed location…

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Exclusive Rhino Capture Adventure Safari

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…

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Drought puts rhino translocation on hold

The Rhinos With Borders (RWB) team have successfully translocated 87 rhino but moving the remaining 13 has been temporarily postponed due to drought in Botswana. When a natural system is stressed by environmental conditions such as this, the risk of attempting to translocate animals at this time would be irresponsible. The team are still as committed as ever, and continue to fundraise for the security and…

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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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