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Another Rhino Back on His Feet

The International Rhino Foundation (IRF) and our partner, the Lowveld Rhino Trust (LRT), undertake emergency interventions, including providing support for…View Full Release »


Healthy Rhino, Happy Rhino

Nothing is quite like analyzing the health and wellbeing of a 5,000 pound white rhino while it is translocated in…View Full Release »


Rhino Results at CITES CoP19

December 8, 2022 The 19th meeting of the Conference of the Parties of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered…View Full Release »


Rhinos Like Pumpkin Depend on You

In July 2020 on a routine patrol, monitors from IRF’s partner, the Lowveld Rhino Trust (LRT), found a young black…View Full Release »


Watching Over Rhinos Like Shrapnel

Shrapnel is a 35 year old critically endangered black rhino in the Bubye Valley Conservancy in southern Zimbabwe, where the…View Full Release »


Triple Your Impact for Rhinos on Giving Tuesday

Tomorrow, November 29, 2022, the International Rhino Foundation (IRF) will celebrate Giving Tuesday, a national day of generosity. We are…View Full Release »


Rhinos Depend on You

More than 2 rhinos have been killed every single day for the last decade in Africa to fuel the illegal…View Full Release »


The Rhino Holiday Gift Guide

Tis the season to take home a rhino or rather your favorite rhino gifts. The International Rhino Foundation (IRF) has…View Full Release »


What You Need to Know About CITES CoP19 and Rhinos

What is CITES? CITES, or the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora, is a…View Full Release »


Team Rhino Spotlight: World Rhino Day Celebrations Around the Globe

In our newsletters each month, the International Rhino Foundation spotlights a different Team Rhino member, sharing the stories of how…View Full Release »


Solving a Mystery in India

It was May and the monsoon season had already begun in India. In the early morning mist, the forest guards…View Full Release »


Leave Your Mark

Rhinos have walked the earth for more than 50 million years — and by including the International Rhino Foundation in…View Full Release »

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