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Bowling for Badak Tour: Ujung Kulon National Park

By Bill Konstant Note: “Badak” is the Indonesian word for rhino. The route to Ujung Kulon National Park is a…View Full Release »


"Bowling for Badak" Indonesia Tour: Rhino Protection Units

By Bill Konstant, IRF Program Oficer Together, the International Rhino Foundation (IRF) and the Rhino Foundation of Indonesia (Yayasan Badak…View Full Release »


"Bowling for Badak" Indonesia Tour: Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary

To see rhinos in Indonesia, one must go to the Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary (SRS), situated in Way Kambas National Park. …View Full Release »


Cinco de Rhino Revue

Just over a month ago, several institutions held public events to raise awareness and support for rhino conservation efforts. The…View Full Release »


"R is for Rhinos" … and also for Ridiculous Remedies

It appears that one of the earliest uses of rhino horn by our own species was for forensic purposes – to…View Full Release »


Sumatran Rhino Semen Collection

Sectionov, Indonesia Liaison International Rhino Foundation Over the last decade, Sumatran rhino numbers appear to have declined by as much…View Full Release »


Rhinos Orphaned by Poachers Now Back in the Wild

Text and photos by Natasha Anderson, Lowveld Rhino Trust, Zimbabwe Natasha Anderson is the Rhino Monitoring Coordinator for Zimbabwe’s Lowveld…View Full Release »


"R" is for Rhinos … and also for Raoul du Toit

In their new book, Wildlife Heroes, authors Julie Scardina (SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment) and Jeff Flocken (International Fund for Animal…View Full Release »


Community Outreach Helps Protect Sumatran Rhinos

Community Outreach Helps Protect Sumatran Rhinos By Aris Hendriyanto Protecting wildlife and their habitat is the main job of the…View Full Release »


The Rhinos are Back … After More Than a Decade!

By Boston Kaloko The Way Kanan river area of Way Kambas National Park provides good habitat for Sumatran rhinos.  It was…View Full Release »