Stories

Stories

Suzi Eszterhas
  • Removing the Target on Mozambique's Rhinos September 22, 2022

    This World Rhino Day, we are highlighting an incredible program from the Mozambique Wildlife Alliance, an RRF grantee with an innovative and highly effective program to protect white rhinos. By safely dehorning these rhinos, they are removing the reason for poachers to pursue them.

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  • Watch How Black Rhinos Returned to Gonarezhou National Park September 9, 2022

    Return of the Rhino is a short film about the rise, fall, and return of black rhinos to Gonarezhou National Park in Zimbabwe. After a 30 year absence, black rhinos returned to this park in 2021 thanks to the collaboration and persistence of conservation groups.

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  • Two Orphans Form an Unlikely Friendship August 26, 2022

    A baby rhino and baby zebra have become the best of friends while recovering in the ICU at the Care For Wild Sanctuary in Barberton Nature Reserve.

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  • International Rhino Foundation Featured on Conservation Nation August 19, 2022

    Conservation Nation hosts a speaker series designed to educate the next generation of conservationists. Nina Fascione, executive Director of International Rhino Foundation was featured alongside other conservationists who focus on rhino conservation.

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  • New Calf Born at Care for Wild Rhino Sanctuary August 11, 2022

    Just this morning, a new white rhino calf was born at the Care for Wild Rhino Sanctuary in South Africa. And for the first time, it was recorded on video. This new calf is the third calf born at the sanctuary, and his parents are both orphans rescued from poachers.

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  • Seeing a Javan Rhino in the Wild July 29, 2022

    The International Rhino Foundation is often asked how long one would need to spend in the wild to see a Javan rhino. The answer is that it could take a lifetime. Javan rhinos are shy and tend to hide from people. Because it is so uncommon, spotting a Javan rhino is a special experience and one not soon forgotten.

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