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Rhino Translocation in Assam, India – A First Hand Account

By: Sujoy Banerjee Director, Species Conservation WWF-India View a complete photo gallery here. It was a long wait for this…View Full Release »


Rhino Conservation Medicine Program – Namibia Update

Preparing to crate a rhino Originally uploaded by International Rhino Foundation     By: Robin W. Radcliffe, DVM, DACZM To…View Full Release »


Use to help Rhinos!

What if the International Rhino Foundation earned a penny every time you searched the Internet? Or how about if a percentage…View Full Release »


Notes from the Field – Zimbabwe

This is the first in a series of stories from trackers, monitors, patrol units, vets, keepers, and other brave staff…View Full Release »


Give the gift of conservation this Valentine's Day

Torgamba and BinaOriginally uploaded by International Rhino Foundation Flowers wilt, and that box of chocolates just could go straight to…View Full Release »


Home at Last!

Andalas2008 Originally uploaded by International Rhino Foundation Back in 2001, Andalas became the first Sumatran rhino born in captivity in…View Full Release »


New iSTAT Chemical Analyzer for SRS Health Monitoring

Thanks to a kind donation from an anonymous donor (worth in excess of $5,000), the Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary (SRS) now…View Full Release »


Endangered Feces Auction Update

We have just ended IRF’s Endangered Feces auction, ending with a total of 76 eBay bids, with a high bid…View Full Release »


SRS Becoming "Green" – SRS Update, Part 2

The Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary in Southeast Sumatra is a long way from the big cities of the world, Jakarta being a…View Full Release »


Notes from the Field – SRS Update

December 6, 2007: It is late in the day at the Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary in Southeast Sumatra and the afternoon…View Full Release »


Buy endangered feces to save an endangered species!

This year the International Rhino Foundation is auctioning off four separate pieces of rhino dung on eBay, representing four of…View Full Release »



Welcome to the new International Rhino Foundation blog! This past year has seen lots of changes – most notably we are…View Full Release »

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