Category: Poaching

12.13.2016

An Incredible Comeback Story

The story of the Greater One-horned, or Indian rhino, is an incredible one. Down to fewer than 200 animals at…View Full Release »

11.02.2016

Here’s what your support has achieved in one African reserve.

In the midst of continuing rampant poaching in Africa, IRF’s core values – hard work, passion, partnership, and optimism –…View Full Release »

09.22.2016

CITES and the Rhino Horn Trade

IRF believes that the rhino horn trade should not be legalized until there are convincing data indicating that legalization will…View Full Release »

09.08.2016

U.S. To Burn Rhino Horn Stockpile -Takes Stand Against Rhino Horn Trade

TRADE IN ENDANGERED SPECIES WILL NOT BE TOLERATED September 8, 2016 – The International Rhino Foundation (IRF) lauds the US…View Full Release »

06.24.2016

‪#‎TakeYourDogToWorkDay‬: Rhino Dogs

Rhino dogs are hard-hitting, frontline soldiers in the fight to save rhinos. They’re loyal, agile, tenacious and brave — and…View Full Release »

02.25.2016

Finding Hope for Rhinos Amid Loss

  Warning — Graphic Description Below Desperately trying to stay near her mother’s body after she was killed by poachers,…View Full Release »

12.18.2015

Because of YOU… Mabuya the rhino has survived.

Mabuya has survived. Cats might have nine lives, but Mabuya the black rhino is giving them a run for their…View Full Release »

09.24.2015

Happy 20-Year Anniversary, RPUs!

Written by Inov IRF’s Indonesia Liason Twenty years ago, on August 31st, 1995, the first Rhino Protection Unit (RPU) rolled…View Full Release »

06.26.2015

Rhino Experts Oppose Synthetic Rhino Horn as Solution to Poaching Crisis

Global Advocates Warn Against Unintended Consequences of Synthetic Rhino Horn Trade STRASBURG, Va., June 26, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — A San…View Full Release »

05.19.2015

IRF Statement on Hunt of Namibian Black Rhino

While the International Rhino Foundation does not condone the hunt of a Namibian rhino bull under the permit auctioned by the Dallas Safari Club, it is legal under Namibian and United States law, as well as under the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES).