Category: Javan Rhinos

10.11.2019

2019 State of the Rhino Report: Efforts in India and Nepal lead to increases in the numbers of the greater one-horned rhino

This is the third post in the 2019 State of the Rhino Report series. View previous posts: Report Highlights and…View Full Release »

05.01.2019

Javan Rhino Found Dead- But There’s Still Hope for the Species

Yesterday, the Ministry of Environment and Forestry in Indonesia announced the death of a Javan rhino in Ujung Kulon National Park….View Full Release »

04.12.2019

Facing Down A Crisis

Rhinos are in Crisis Two-thirds of the world’s five rhino species could be lost in our lifetime. Rampant poaching by…View Full Release »

02.20.2019

The Rhiny Awards: Can You Guess the Winners?

    Welcome to the First Annual Rhiny Awards! With award season in full-swing we thought there are a few…View Full Release »

02.15.2019

Wearable Art – Showcasing Rhinos on Batik

Protecting Indonesia’s biological treasures is just as important as protecting its cultural heritage – one of the many reasons that…View Full Release »

01.25.2019

#OppositeDay – Grazers versus Browsers

Rhinos are broadly split into two categories – grazers and browsers – based upon their style of feeding and the…View Full Release »

01.16.2019

Indonesia Tsunami Response: Update from the Field

UPDATE FROM UJUNG KULON NATIONAL PARK Communities around Ujung Kulon National Park (UKNP), home to the only surviving population of…View Full Release »

12.30.2018

#RallyForRangers – Rhino Protection Units in Java, Indonesia

Rhino Protection Units in Java, Indonesia The world’s sole remaining population of the Javan rhino – numbering merely 67 individuals…View Full Release »

12.23.2018

Tsunami update from Indonesia

Dear IRF family, Yesterday, word came in from Indonesia that there had been a tsunami in the Sunda Straights, the…View Full Release »

08.30.2018

Rhino Protection Units in Indonesia Celebrate their 23rd Anniversary

by Sectionov, IRF Indonesia Coordinator Twenty-three years ago today, Rhino Protection Units (RPUs) began protecting Indonesia’s two most critically endangered…View Full Release »