New Eyes in the Sky to Help with anti-poaching efforts in the Kruger National Park.

Rhino killings in the Kruger National Park have marginally declined over the past two years, but poaching has unfortunately increased in other areas. The more cost-effective FOXBAT will play an essential role in monitoring rhinos, identifying and responding to threats. It’ll also ensure that Kruger’s anti-poaching unit is better equipped when it comes to combating increasingly sophisticated gangs of rhino poachers.
Watch the video to learn more about how the MyPlanet Rhino Fund donated a FoxBat to help put eyes in the sky to assist with anti-poaching efforts in the Kruger National Park.


Want to help raise funds for MyPlanet Rhino Fund every time you shop? With every swipe of your MySchool card, you could be helping stop poachers and protect our iconic rhinos. Get your Free MySchool card today or link your Woolworths cardMake Every Swipe Count.

Read my post that outlines the details of the handover at MyPlanet Rhino Fund Buys FOXBAT Light Aircraft.

*** This post is published in collaboration with MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet. For any queries contact liquidlingo Communications, Jackie Busch at 082 376 4446.

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