Tag: endangered


Good News for Javan Rhinos

For decades, Javan rhino population estimates have hovered around 40-50 animals in Indonesia’s Ujung Kulon National Park – the species’…View Full Release »


A Look Back at 2013- The new IRF Annual Report is Now Available

Rhinos face continuously changing and intensifying challenges, which makes it more important than ever that the International Rhino Foundation reaches…View Full Release »


Boots on the Ground

Over the next few weeks, We will be sharing 10 Ways to Fight Rhino Poaching — detailing diverse solutions you…View Full Release »


Andatu Turns 2-years Old!

Two years ago today, we welcomed Andatu, the first Sumatran rhino born in a breeding center in Indonesia. Take a…View Full Release »


Searching for Javan Rhinos

Bowling for Rhinos tour participants recently spent two days in hiking and canoeing in Indonesia’s Ujung Kulon National Park, searching…View Full Release »


Bowling for Rhinos Visits Bukit Barisan Selatan National Park

The 2014 Bowling for Rhinos Indonesia tour recently visited Indonesia’s Bukit Barisan Selatan National Park, home to one of Sumatra’s…View Full Release »


Behind-the-Scenes: Daily Routine at the Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary

Five rhinos currently reside at the 250-acre Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary, located in Indonesia’s Way Kambas National Park. Each animal is…View Full Release »


Sumatran Rhino Ancestors: The Woolly Rhino

Oddly enough, the Sumatran rhinos of southeast Asia – the smallest and most endangered rhinos in the world – are…View Full Release »


Widodo Ramono Honored for his 50-Year Career in Wildlife Conservation

Widodo Ramono, director of the Rhino Foundation of Indonesia (Yayasan Badak Indonesia or YABI) was recently honored for his 50-year…View Full Release »


Floating Anti-poaching Patrol Stations in Indonesia

Unicorn II is the name given to a floating patrol station that Rhino Protection Units (RPUs) now use to prevent…View Full Release »