Category: Black Rhinos

05.24.2021

Guest Post: Helping Black Rhinos

This guest post was written by Benjamin Hannesson, a 13-years-old resident of Alberta, Canada. The International Rhino Foundation thanks him…View Full Release »

05.21.2021

A Second Chance for Rhinos Like Dozer

Dozer, a male black rhino, has been monitored by IRF’s partner the Lowveld Rhino Trust for 28 years. Dozer was…View Full Release »

05.20.2021

Without Harry Tennison…

Many people have given their time and talent to build the International Rhino Foundation (IRF) into the organization that it…View Full Release »

05.13.2021

Small Programs Can Add Up To Big Success

In the early 1990s, Zimbabwean Raoul du Toit began working in the Zambezi Valley, piloting survey flights to count rhinos….View Full Release »

05.09.2021

Happy Mother’s Day: Mabuya’s Story

To describe my mother would be to write about a hurricane in its perfect power. Or the climbing, falling colors…View Full Release »

02.12.2021

Making A Match for Valentine’s Day

If you are looking for a match for Valentine’s, may we suggest a rhino? Or, if you still need a…View Full Release »

11.09.2020

Adopting the Next Generation of Black Rhinos in Zimbabwe

Black rhinos are tough. Black rhino populations declined by an estimated 98% between 1960 and 1995, with numbers bottoming out…View Full Release »

11.06.2020

Protect What You Love. Adopt a Rhino.

For the launch of our new website and new adoption program we’re celebrating Rhino Adoption Week, Nov 9th-13th. Rhinos across…View Full Release »

10.21.2020

Orphaned and Injured By a Poacher, Black Rhino Calf Returns to the Wild

In July 2020 on a routine patrol, monitors from the International Rhino Foundation’s (IRF) partner, the Lowveld Rhino Trust (LRT),…View Full Release »

05.28.2020

Black Rhino Births in Zimbabwe Happy News After Poaching Crisis

Over 50 rhinos were killed by poachers in Bubye Valley Conservancy (BVC) in early 2019. This heavy poaching pressure resulted…View Full Release »