Category: How to Help Rhinos

01.23.2023

Saving Rhinos

A guest blog by Kyla Laz My name is Kyla. I am nine years old and I love animals. I…View Full Release »

12.31.2022

Great News from Java to Close Out 2022 

Indonesia’s Ministry of Environment and Forestry just announced that the world’s only remaining population of Javan rhinos recently increased by…View Full Release »

12.29.2022

Making Room for Rhinos 

2022 has been another difficult year for rhinos and the people working to protect them. After a temporary lull in…View Full Release »

12.20.2022

When Communities and Ecosystems Benefit, Rhinos Do Too

The lowland rainforest of Indonesia’s Way Kambas National Park shelters some of the world’s most endangered species, including Sumatran rhinos,…View Full Release »

11.29.2022

Rhinos Like Pumpkin Depend on You

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

11.29.2022

Watching Over Rhinos Like Shrapnel

Shrapnel is a 35 year old critically endangered black rhino in the Bubye Valley Conservancy in southern Zimbabwe, where the…View Full Release »

11.28.2022

Triple Your Impact for Rhinos on Giving Tuesday

Tomorrow, November 29, 2022, the International Rhino Foundation (IRF) will celebrate Giving Tuesday, a national day of generosity. We are…View Full Release »

11.22.2022

Rhinos Depend on You

More than 2 rhinos have been killed every single day for the last decade in Africa to fuel the illegal…View Full Release »

11.21.2022

The Rhino Holiday Gift Guide

Tis the season to take home a rhino or rather your favorite rhino gifts. The International Rhino Foundation (IRF) has…View Full Release »

10.19.2022

Leave Your Mark

Rhinos have walked the earth for more than 50 million years — and by including the International Rhino Foundation in…View Full Release »