Tag: sumatran rhino

08.24.2020

Celebrating 25 Years of Rhino Protection in Indonesia

Facing habitat loss, encroachment by humans, and poaching for their horns, something had to be done to protect Indonesia’s two…View Full Release »

07.13.2020

Together We Persevere – IRF’s 2019 Annual Report

Rhinos face challenges every year and 2019 was no different. Poaching pressure intensified in certain areas of southern Africa. Sumatran…View Full Release »

06.30.2020

Let’s Get Planting!

For the past month we’ve been raising funds to plant trees in Way Kambas National Park, home to one of…View Full Release »

06.23.2020

Andatu is Turning 8 and He’s Hungry!

When you were a child, you probably enjoyed pizza or ice cream parties for your birthday. For a rhino, like…View Full Release »

06.19.2020

Growing Harmony

Reforestation can be difficult. Fires, tsunamis, and other natural disasters can be a setback. Without the commitment of the local…View Full Release »

06.11.2020

Fire, a Growing Danger for Wildlife Habitat

On a November evening in Indonesia, Sectionov, IRF’s Indonesian Coordinator, got a call that he was hoping wouldn’t come. Fires,…View Full Release »

05.27.2020

Recovering Habitat in Sumatra

The dense, steamy rainforests of Indonesia’s Way Kambas National Park shelter some of the world’s most unique and threatened mammal…View Full Release »

10.11.2019

2019 State of the Rhino Report: Efforts in India and Nepal lead to increases in the numbers of the greater one-horned rhino

This is the third post in the 2019 State of the Rhino Report series. View previous posts: Report Highlights and…View Full Release »

10.09.2019

2019 State of the Rhino Report: 10-Year Improvement in World Rhino Populations Offers Cautious Hope

The International Rhino Foundation (IRF) has released the 2019 State of the Rhino Report. The report details the impacts on…View Full Release »

09.16.2019

The Plan to Save Sumatran Rhinos: Step 4- Returning Rhinos to the Wild

If we don’t act now, the Sumatran rhino could be extinct in our lifetime. There is still a chance to save the Sumatran rhino. It takes a lot to save a species: vision, a plan, persistence…and your support.