Conserving rhinos is about more than just stopping poachers. Saving Africa’s rhinos will require a multidimensional strategy, with private game reserves and national parks cooperating and anti-poaching efforts working in tandem with education campaigns.
In a privately managed 21,000 hectare portion of the Marakele National Park – an exclusive wilderness at the foot of South Africa’s scenically beautiful Waterberg mountain range, Marataba Conservation Camps host a range of innovative
We all need good news stories, which is one of the reasons I love working with MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet and learning about the difference that they are making. Not only by allowing us to support the charities
It’s easy to get a little down about the future of Rhinos in South Africa, and the world, and I often do. Especially as I take note of poaching stats and read countless accounts of
Rhino Conservation. – I received this press release from Jenny Griesel at Greenhouse PR and found it gave me hope for our rhinos, something which I’d like to share with you. ‘Bonné de Bod