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Welcoming a New Life
Southern White Rhino

Welcoming a New Life

Celebrating Conservation Success: The Birth of a Rhino Calf at Insimbi Legacy Projects Introduction to African Wildlife Conservation In the vast landscapes of Africa, where the harmony of nature meets the wild, the preservation of endangered African wildlife stands as a testament to the efforts of dedicated conservationists and organisations. The birth of a Southern … Continued

Remembering Sudan, The Last Male Northern White Rhino
Northern White Rhino

Remembering Sudan, The Last Male Northern White Rhino

On March 19th 2018, a Rhino named Sudan passed away at the age of 45 years of age.  His death saw the conservation world and the wildlife community mourn. March 19th 2018 was a dark day for many. While Rhinos can live up to 60 in captivity, their life expectancy in the wild is in … Continued

Why You Should Send Hope, Not Cards This Christmas
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Why You Should Send Hope, Not Cards This Christmas

The average person spends over £50 on sending Christmas cards each year. Cards which within weeks, find themselves in the bin and forgotten about. We’re urging our supporters to calculate the cost of purchasing and posting cards, and instead, send a message of hope this Christmas. Simply donate what you would normally spend on cards … Continued

Rhino poaching in South Africa: Hope gets her face back
Southern White Rhino

Rhino poaching in South Africa: Hope gets her face back

Hope the Rhino’s journey from her poaching trauma so far… This courageous Rhino who was found almost eight months ago, and the marred vestiges of her trauma are still clearly seen. She is one of the many Rhino who fall victim to poaching in South Africa. Like many others, she is an innocent victim of … Continued