IRF Communications Team Plans for 2014 and Beyond

IRF Conservation Committee members don their Team Rhino t-shirts and hoodies

IRF Communications Committee members don their Team Rhino t-shirts and hoodies

The White Oak Conservation Center, located in northern Florida, recently hosted the International Rhino Foundation’s Communication Committee for a two-day strategic planning meeting. Between planning sessions, the team was given a special tour of the facility, which maintains three rhino species – black, white and Indian – as well as several distant rhino relatives that are also endangered – Grevy’s zebra and the Somali wild ass.

Brent Oppenheimer and Gloria Goeres meet a black rhino

Brent Oppenheimer and Gloria Goeres meet a black rhino

Michael Griffin and April Salter get to know a white rhino calf

Michael Griffin and April Salter get to know a white rhino calf

Grevy’s zebra

Grevy’s zebra

Greater one-horned or Indian rhinoGreater one-horned or Indian rhino

Somali wild ass

Somali wild ass

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