rhino

July 9, 2012
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Save the Rhino Trust: Who wants a rhino in their backyard?

By Simson Uri-Khob and Mike Hearn The conflict between local communities and wildlife is a major global conservation issue, especially conflicts with large animals that entail […]
August 17, 2012
Kunene Rhino (2) Photo Credit Dave Hamman Photography

Tracing the demise of Alexander’s behemoth at Walvis Bay

by Joh Henschel It may be difficult today to visualise the occurrence of black rhinoceros, elephant, buffalo, giraffe and lion in the Kuiseb Delta near Walvis […]
September 20, 2012

World Rhino Day celebrations in Namibia

Make a Difference!!   Celebrate World Rhino Day on 22 September 2012 by making a donation to support the work of Save the Rhino Trust Namibia, and […]
April 4, 2013
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Rhino trackers à la Sherlock Holmes

Text and photographs by Jana-Mari Smith As tough as a rhino hide, the Namibian trackers of the Save the Rhino Trust (SRT) are the often-overlooked heroes of […]
April 30, 2013
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Black Rhino – did you know?

Compiled by Jana-Mari Smith In March, a team from Travel News Namibia walked in the footsteps of the Namibian black rhino in the Kunene region, an […]
May 6, 2013

Rhino security in Namibia

The most valuable renewable natural resource in Africa Text and photographs Helge Denker The moniker ‘rhino security’ immediately indicates that there is an imminent, serious threat. […]
May 22, 2013
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Desert dinosaur – Namibia’s desert dwelling rhino

By Nita Pallett The road is long and winding, the landscape dry and scattered with loose red rocks and Euphorbia. Tall mountains litter the landscape.   […]
June 14, 2013
Save the Rhino Trust ©Christie Keulder

Rhino hero becomes full time SRT employee

By Jana-Mari Smith In December 2012 a cattle herdsman who had trekked his animals into one of the most remotest spots of Namibia made a shocking […]
June 24, 2013

Running & cycling for rhinos – the Rhino Knights campaign

In what many would consider a super-human feat, Isabel Wolf-Gillespie has for the past two months run a half-marathon (21 kilometres) and cycled 80 kilometres or more […]
July 8, 2013

Namibia Wildlife Trust no more

The Namibia Wildlife Trust (NWT), established in the early eighties by Blythe Loutit and Ina Britz in response to the horrific poaching of black rhino and […]
July 12, 2013

Save the Rhino Trust appoints new CEO

The Board of Trustees of Save the Rhino Trust is happy to announce the appointment of a new Chief Executive Officer to lead the Trust forward. […]
August 7, 2013

Rhino ranger protection expands dramatically

By Jeff Muntifering Photograph: The Little Swiss as photographed by a Rhino Ranger team During the past few months after our successful mid-term training workshop, news has […]
September 17, 2013

World Rhino Day 2013

World Rhino Day 2013 – on Sunday September 22nd – is the fourth international World Rhino Day.  It is, first and foremost, about raising public awareness […]
November 15, 2013

Desert Rhino Camp lauded for authenticity

Wilderness Safaris was awarded the Authentic Travel Experience Award at the inaugural Amadeus and WTM Travel Experience Awards, announced at the World Travel Market in London […]
February 11, 2014
Save the Rhino Trust ©Christie Keulder

Namibia represented at International Conference on Illegal Wildlife Trade

John Kasaona, a co-director and well-known environmentalist employed at the Integrated Rural Development and Nature Conservation (IRDNC) in Namibia, is currently in London, attending the London Wildlife […]
February 17, 2014
Photo credit Steve & Ann Toon

46 Nations pledge commitment to end wildlife crime

Governments from around the world have vowed to take ‘decisive and urgent’ action against the illegal wildlife trade, by signing a declaration at the London Conference […]
May 21, 2014

Namibians Take Firm Stance Against Rhino Poachers

Getting up from behind their desks and moving away from Facebook activism, many Namibians, including school children eager to fight for the safekeeping of their country’s […]
July 2, 2014

Uukwaluudhi suspends Rhino Tracking Activity

Weavers Toursim & Marketing Service, on behalf of Uukwaluudhi Safari Lodge Management would like to bring the following to the attention of all esteemed Tour Operators, […]
July 21, 2014

Save the Rhino Trust Namibia | Simson Uri-Khob new CEO

Main photograph: Simson Uri-Khob of SRT with darted rhino. Dave Hamman Photography. Simson Uri-Khob, well-known for his role within the Save the Rhino Trust (SRT) in […]
July 17, 2018

Joining Forces and Uniting Conservationists

Conservationists and biologists are usually, through the nature of their work, people who work in isolation – especially those that are field based. Communications between individuals or even organisations may be limited to formal information exchanged via publications, workshops or social media. Events that unite multiple people, structures and organisations in a personal and interactive manner, a sort of one-on-one interaction in the desert, swamp, ocean, savannah or wherever they might be working, are rare. 

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