Category: IRF History

07.21.2021

IRF’s 2020 Annual Report is Here!

For all of us, 2020 was a challenging year, as we navigated the devastating impact of the global pandemic. Despite…View Full Release »

07.01.2021

Jim Jackson’s Passion and Innovation Remain an Inspiration Today

By taking an unconventional route into conservation, Jim Jackson followed his curiosity and passion for life and service, activating his…View Full Release »

06.01.2021

The Driving Force to Five

Would we be the International Rhino Foundation (IRF) without Tom Foose? IRF began as the International Black Rhino Foundation (IBRF),…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 »

05.14.2021

Thank You For 30 Years of Rhino Conservation

We are overwhelmed by all of the best wishes on the International Rhino Foundation’s 30th Anniversary. We want to thank…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 »

04.20.2021

What Does the Future Hold for Rhinos?

Next month, on May 14th, the International Rhino Foundation (IRF) will celebrate our 30th anniversary. IRF was born when several…View Full Release »

04.05.2021

Cinco is Coming

Save the Date! Cinco de Rhino is back in 2021 on May 5th. We had a lot of fun virtually with…View Full Release »

02.05.2021

Stronger Together

The International Rhino Foundation is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year! We have seen some incredible successes in rhino conservation…View Full Release »