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.
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.
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 »
It’s widely considered that seven years is the average age at which wild black rhino females give birth to their…View Full Release »
February 01, 2023 Earlier this week, officials reported that 87 rhinos were killed by poachers in Namibia last year. This…View Full Release »
India’s state of Assam, where the majority of the country’s greater one-horned rhino population resides, announced they had zero rhino…View Full Release »
The International Rhino Foundation (IRF) and our partner, the Lowveld Rhino Trust (LRT), undertake emergency interventions, including providing support for…View Full Release »
Nothing is quite like analyzing the health and wellbeing of a 5,000 pound white rhino while it is translocated in…View Full Release »