Category: India

02.07.2022

2022 Off & Running: Updates from the Field

Thanks to the support of Team Rhino, IRF and our partners around the world have been able to protect rhinos…View Full Release »

12.17.2021

New Vehicle Provided to Orang National Park in India to Aid Conservation Efforts

The International Rhino Foundation (IRF) with its on-the ground partner, Aaranyak, recently provided a utility vehicle to Orang National Park…View Full Release »

12.14.2021

What Does it Take to Count Every Rhino?

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 »

10.27.2021

Helping More Greater One-Horned Rhinos

The greater one-horned rhino population, which once numbered as low as 100 individuals in the early 1900s, has increased to…View Full Release »

09.24.2021

India Celebrates World Rhino Day by Burning Collected Rhino Horns

Earlier this week, the Assam Government in India burned its stock of rhino horns in a ceremony to celebrate World…View Full Release »

04.13.2021

IRV2020’s Final Translocation

A male and a female greater one-horned rhino arrived in Manas National Park in Assam, India today. The two rhinos…View Full Release »

02.10.2021

Celebrating Recent Wildlife Crime Wins

The fight against wildlife crime and illegal wildlife trade is a constant battle. It is important to pivot strategies to…View Full Release »

12.22.2020

Three Generations Roam Manas National Park in India

In the foothills of the Himalayas, across the Manas River from the kingdom of Bhutan, lies one of India’s most…View Full Release »

07.16.2020

Clearing the Way for Rhinos in Manas National Park

In March of this year, IRF and its partners translocated two female greater one-horned rhinos to India’s Manas National Park,…View Full Release »

03.19.2020

Conservation Is Not Cancelled

It has been an incredibly strange and sometimes scary few weeks with a lot of uncertainty, but we’ve been working…View Full Release »