Win an unforgettable safari in Kenya with TV's Giles Clark

Fri, 16 August 2019

Head to Kenya for a six-day safari at Ol Pejeta Conservancy with Helping Rhinos Patron and expert big cat guide Giles Clark

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Double the Impact! Help us to keep ‘Eyes in the Sky’

Thu, 07 November 2019

One of the innovative ways of protecting rhinos is the use of aerial surveillance. Helping Rhinos has teamed up with ARCC (African Rhino Conservation Collaboration) to put ‘Eyes in the Sky’ and strengthen the anti-poaching effort in the Eastern Cape.

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South Africa Reclassify Wildlife as Farm Animals

Sat, 26 October 2019

In May 2019, the South African government approved an amendment to its Animal Improvement Act (AIA). The AIA is responsible for governing livestock breeding in South Africa and the amendment re-categorized several endangered and iconic animals as farming stock.

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Mon, 02 September 2019

The total population of rhino left on earth is fewer than 30,000. Three of the five rhino species in the world are listed as critically endangered, facing extinction and, if we don’t take action now, we could lose them forever. #PROTECTTHELASTRHINOS highlights four key focus ares: Protection Rhinos, Supporting Rangers, Protecting Habitat and Empowering Communities

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One step closer to a future for the northern white rhino

Fri, 23 August 2019

In a bid to save a species, a team of conservationists, vets and scientists have undertaken egg harvesting from two female northern white rhino in a bid to ensure the future of the species. These two females are the last northern white rhino left on

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CITES Agree to Increase Black Rhino Trophy Hunting Quota

Mon, 19 August 2019

CITES vote to approve South Africa's application to almost double the number of black rhino that can be legally hunted as trophies in a year

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Half year poaching numbers in South Africa show a ‘modest decline’, but there is still work to be done

Thu, 01 August 2019

The Department of Environment, Forestry and Fisheries in South Africa have released poaching numbers for the first half of 2019.

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Education – The Key to Connecting with the Natural World

Tue, 25 June 2019

In May this year, Helping Rhinos reported on a UN report, which highlighted the devastating impact humans have on the Earth’s ecosystems and habitats. The report revealed that one million plant and animal species are now at risk of extinction. This poses a serious threat to ecosystems that people all over the world depend on for their livelihood and survival.

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Devastating Human Impact on Nature

Thu, 16 May 2019

Devastating Human Impact on Nature

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