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Bula’s Journey
Black Rhino

Bula’s Journey

In the heart of our wildlife haven, a 7-month-old Rhino Calf named Bula began a journey that has touched the hearts of many. Orphaned and facing the challenges of life without his mother, Bula’s story unfolded under the watchful care of our dedicated team and the incredible bond formed with our Rhino Orphan specialist, Dot. … Continued

Extraordinary Collaring Mission
Black Rhino

Extraordinary Collaring Mission

Step into the heart of the wild with us as we share the remarkable story of our recent mission at “Saving the Survivors.” Thanks to the incredible support of our donors, we embarked on a mission that would not only safeguard an endangered Black Rhino Cow but also potentially unlock the secrets of her future. … Continued

A Tale of Resilience
Black Rhino

A Tale of Resilience

In the heart of a well-funded reserve, a recent project unfolded, capturing the indomitable spirit of a Black Rhino cow facing an unexpected challenge. Our team, fuelled by your unwavering support, embarked on a mission to treat this resilient creature, and the journey was nothing short of extraordinary. The Encounter: High above the African landscape, … Continued

Rhino with damaged horn from a fight
Black Rhino

Rhino with damaged horn from a fight

A Bold Mission to Save a Black Rhino Bull: Dr. Johan Marais at Work In the heart of the African wilderness, a remarkable story of resilience and compassion unfolds. At STS our commitment to protecting and preserving wildlife knows no bounds. Today, we share with you an extraordinary mission led by our founder and head … Continued

Treating a Rhino with infected horns
Black Rhino

Treating a Rhino with infected horns

A Miracle in the Wild: Dr. Johan’s Life-Saving Mission for a Black Rhino Cow We are thrilled to share an incredible story of hope and resilience that unfolded in the heart of the wilderness. At Saving the Survivors, we are committed to protecting and preserving the world’s most vulnerable wildlife, and this recent mission highlights … Continued

Update on our Black Rhino orphan
Black Rhino

Update on our Black Rhino orphan

UPDATE : On the Black Rhino orphan calf who’s mother died unexpectedly in a reserve and he was left to fend for himself.   After relocating him to the Rhino orphanage the little Rhino began to take a turn in his health and became weak and wouldn’t eat. Everyone on site was extremely worried about … Continued

Orphan Black Rhino Calf found alone and in need
Black Rhino

Orphan Black Rhino Calf found alone and in need

Today we received a call for a difficult case. A little Black Rhino calf whose mother died unexpectedly is left in a reserve to fend for himself. At this young age, calfs are extremely dependent on their mothers for warmth, food and protection from predators. With the little calf all on his own, there is … Continued

Black Rhino with a painful injury
Black Rhino

Black Rhino with a painful injury

During the late 1960’s there was over 70,000 Black Rhino which roamed the African plains. Sadly, today there are a mere 5,000 Black Rhinos remaining. Therefore, it is extremely important to treat and save every Black Rhino in need in order to preserve the species. Just before world Rhino day 2022 Dr. Johan and the … Continued

Essential Black Rhino protection in South Africa
Black Rhino

Essential Black Rhino protection in South Africa

Last week we collaborated with one of our favourite conservation partners – The Council of Contributors We spent 2 days at a reserve near the Kruger National Park in South Africa. Here we de-horned and fitted trackers to 6 Critically Endangered Black Rhinos. Dr. Johan darted each Black Rhino from the helicopter, immobilising them so … Continued