Category: Greater One-Horned Rhino
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.
Recent findings in Chitwan National Park in Nepal have highlighted a troubling trend that may threaten the greater one-horned rhino population.
The third Asian Rhino Countries Meeting concluded with the adoption of the Chitwan Declaration for Asian Rhino Conservation, 2023. The…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 »
2022 has been another difficult year for rhinos and the people working to protect them. After a temporary lull in…View Full Release »
It was May and the monsoon season had already begun in India. In the early morning mist, the forest guards…View Full Release »
We’re still ‘Going Wild for Rhinos’ and today we’re celebrating a HUGE milestone for the greater one-horned rhino – the…View Full Release »
The International Rhino Foundation (IRF) with its on-the ground partner, Aaranyak, recently provided a utility vehicle to Orang National Park…View Full Release »
It’s not easy to count every rhino and the International Rhino Foundation’s (IRF) Senior Advisor for Asian Rhinos, Dr. Bibhab…View Full Release »