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The Government of Indonesia has announced the birth of a Sumatran rhino at the Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary (SRS) in Way…View Full Release »
This blog was written by IRF partners in Indonesia One of the few remaining habitats of the critically endangered Sumatran…View Full Release »
Earlier this week, African Parks, a nonprofit conservation organization working in 12 countries across Africa, announced their acquisition of 2,000…View Full Release »
Learn how rhino-carrying reserves in South Africa, particularly the Eastern Cape, are using rhino collar technology to detect and transmit abnormal rhino behavior in real-time.
The International Rhino Foundation’s Intelligence Specialist, Rahul Dutta, is working to increase the number of successful prosecutions and convictions in India through the publication of a comprehensive Wildlife Crime Investigation Manual.
IRF works with multiple partners across rhino range states to engage the local community in conservation efforts and facilitate their efforts to become active partners in wildlife protection.
Recent findings in Chitwan National Park in Nepal have highlighted a troubling trend that may threaten the greater one-horned rhino population.
The Lowveld Rhino Trust (LRT), our on-the-ground partners in Zimbabwe, manage the rhino monitoring program in Bubye Valley Conservancy, a…View Full Release »
An important part of IRF’s conservation work is partnering with local communities who live near rhinos and their habitats. Some…View Full Release »
We’re celebrating May 5th (the 5th day of the 5th month) by raising awareness about the need to protect rhinos…View Full Release »
It’s widely considered that seven years is the average age at which wild black rhino females give birth to their…View Full Release »