Dealing a crushing blow to poachers

The Wall Street Journal speaks to Beverly and Dereck Joubert about Rhinos Without Borders and why Botswana was selected as the destination for threatened rhinos translocated from South Africa. The conservationists also explain the extreme measures taken to ensure the safety of the rhino during the move and speak about their hope for the future.…

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Buy a T-Shirt that Supports Rhinos Without Borders

For one week only (ending on Sunday the 20th November 2016), Rhinos Without Borders has partnered with For Love of All Things (FLOAT) to raise funds for rhino conservation. Through its original artwork apparel campaigns, FLOAT raises awareness and funds for non-profit organizations. This year’s campaign design features the “Red Alert” rhino image with $8 from each…

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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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African rhinos to be airlifted to save them from extinction

Mashable explores the details of the Rhinos Without Borders initiative to airlift as many rhino as possible from high threat areas in South Africa to safe havens within Botswana. Following one of the deadliest years for rhino on record, with 14 rhino shot every week, this initiative could not come sooner. Apart from spreading the…

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