Tag: asia


How Plastic Pollution is Harming Rhinos

Recent findings in Chitwan National Park in Nepal have highlighted a troubling trend that may threaten the greater one-horned rhino population.


Third Asian Rhino Range Countries Meeting Concludes with Declaration Outlining Priorities for Rhino Conservation

The third Asian Rhino Countries Meeting concluded with the adoption of the Chitwan Declaration for Asian Rhino Conservation, 2023. The…View Full Release »


Coronavirus and Rhino Horn

Since news broke about the spread of the latest coronavirus, or COVID-19, there has been a great deal of misinformation…View Full Release »


Rhinos Have a Brighter Future

Over the next few weeks, we will be sharing a number of compelling stories about what your support has meant…View Full Release »


HUGE NEWS: The new rhinos.org is here

Today, we’re thrilled to share the new online headquarters of the International Rhino Foundation at rhinos.org. Each year rhinos come…View Full Release »


The rarest of the world's five species of rhino

The Javan rhino is the rarest of the world’s five remaining rhino species, having lost most of its Asian tropical…View Full Release »


The Javan Rhino's Final Stronghold

By Bill Konstant, IRF Program Officer August 27, 1883.  It’s been called “the day the world exploded.”  One hundred and…View Full Release »


On the Road with IRF: The 2013 International Rhino Keeper Workshop

The International Rhino Foundation is proud to partner with the UK’s Save the Rhino in support of critical rhino conservation…View Full Release »


Stopping Vietnam's War on Rhinos

Unfortunately, the rhino poaching crisis is nothing new. Throughout history these large land mammals have been subject to periods of…View Full Release »


"R" is for Rhinos: Reserves

“R” is for Rhinos … and also for Reserves The idea of raising rhinos on private reserves is certainly not…View Full Release »