Rhinos Without Borders is proud to announce the successful translocation and release of another 40 rhinos from South Africa to Botswana. Rhino horn remains one of the most sought after animal products in the illegal wildlife trade. Its value is greater than gold, making rhinos high-value targets for poachers. Rhinos Without Borders is addressing this…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
December 2015 – Rhinos Without Borders is celebrating a year during which the project has seen the safe translocation of two batches of rhino from high risk poaching areas in South Africa to undisclosed locations in Botswana, a country that boasts a far lower poaching rate. The landmarks attained in 2015 mean that the initiative,…Details
With the world’s rhino increasingly threatened by the rapidly growing scourge of poaching, today’s World Rhino Day provides the ideal opportunity for companies such as &Beyond and Great Plains Conservation to celebrate the steps taken to protect these iconic animals. First initiated by the World Wildlife Fund for Nature (WWF) South Africa in 2010, World Rhino…Details
With more rhino now killed each year than there are being born, the species is facing a real threat of extinction. Rhinos Without Borders has turned towards translocation as one of the answers to ensuring the future survival of the rhino. Earlier this year, the first batch of rhino was moved from a high-risk area…Details