Category: Poaching

04.12.2022

Knowing What You Have: Nina’s Travel Blog

As I’ve discussed in previous blogs, the International Rhino Foundation (IRF) supports a variety of security measures for rhinos in…View Full Release »

02.21.2022

Moments That Stand Out in The Rhino Poaching World

The Government of South Africa announced recently that 451 rhinos were killed by poachers in 2021. South Africa has lost…View Full Release »

02.10.2022

South Africa’s Private Game Reserves Under More Pressure From Poaching

The Government of South Africa released poaching figures for 2021, reporting an increase of 15% over the previous year. A…View Full Release »

01.20.2022

Updated Poaching Numbers from Kruger National Park

Recent reports have updated poaching figures originally published early in 2021. Unfortunately, the numbers are not good. The research estimates…View Full Release »

12.21.2021

One Rhino Poached is Too Many – Every Rhino Counts

Almost 10,000 African rhinos have been killed for their horns during the past decade – and those are just the…View Full Release »

12.15.2021

IRF Statement: Immediate Action Needed From South Africa to Combat Increase in Poaching

Twenty-four rhino carcasses have been found at various nature reserves and parks in South Africa since 1 December, the Department…View Full Release »

02.08.2021

Skukuza Update

The International Rhino Foundation (IRF) is pleased to share with you an update on the Skukuza Court, often referred to…View Full Release »

02.01.2021

Steep Declines in Kruger’s Rhino Population Cause For Concern

A recent report from South Africa National Parks (SANParks) details steep declines in the rhino population in Kruger National Park,…View Full Release »

04.24.2020

Team Rhino’s Actions Help Seal a Victory for South Africa’s Skukuza Court, Rangers, and Rhinos

If you have been following along with the Skukuza Court issue, we’re excited to share that as of Wednesday, April…View Full Release »

04.25.2019

Rhino Populations At the Tipping Point

Rhino populations are at the tipping point, barely keeping up with devastating losses from poaching. In Africa, criminals killed more…View Full Release »