Category: South Africa

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 »

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 »

07.18.2020

Protecting Rhinos in the Face of a Pandemic

The crisis was building. COVID-19 had brought tourism to a halt and game reserves that depend on that income to…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 »

04.28.2019

Facing Down a Crisis: How We Almost Lost the White Rhino

When talking about the Southern White rhino (Ceratotherium simum simum), we generally speak of the species as a conservation success…View Full Release »

06.22.2018

Take Your Dog To Work Day

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

07.15.2014

Portrait of a Rhino Poacher, Part I

As the International Rhino Foundation re-launches Operation: STOP POACHING NOW, we have carefully considered how to tell the story of…View Full Release »