Category: white rhino

04.20.2022

Nina’s Travel blog: Thoughts on Rhino Conservation in Africa

I feel extremely lucky to have spent a solid month in Africa visiting the International Rhino Foundation’s (IRF) partners, colleagues,…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 »

12.15.2021

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 »

09.22.2021

My Rhino Road Trip: Nashville Zoo

Happy World Rhino Day. Today, I made my final stop in Nashville on what has been a truly amazing experience….View Full Release »

09.22.2021

My Rhino Road Trip: Indianapolis Zoo

If you have not had the opportunity to hang out with an animal care specialist, then you may not know…View Full Release »

09.19.2021

My Rhino Road Trip: The Wilds

For this year’s World Rhino Day, I am on a road trip, visiting some of our zoo partners. I joined…View Full Release »

07.01.2021

Jim Jackson’s Passion and Innovation Remain an Inspiration Today

By taking an unconventional route into conservation, Jim Jackson followed his curiosity and passion for life and service, activating his…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 »