Rhino Protection Units in Sumatra stop Illegal Loggers

Several months ago, in Way Kambas National Park in Sumatra, Indonesia, home to one of the world’s only remaining populations of the elusive Sumatran rhino, a group of local villagers contacted the National Park authority with a tip about illegal loggers operating in the park, destroying precious habitat for rhinos, tigers, elephants and tapirs. The…

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Tomorrow, November 28th, IRF will celebrate #GivingTuesday, a national day of generosity. This year, we’re delighted to announce that your gift will go twice as far on #GivingTuesday, making a big impact for rhinos and other species that share their habitat. A very generous IRF donor has agreed to match every contribution you make, up…

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Deep in the jungle of Way Kambas National Park in Sumatra, Indonesia, a team of park rangers and IRF-funded Rhino Protection Units searched the forest and apprehended nine illegal loggers operating in the park, destroying precious habitat for rhinos, tigers, elephants, and tapirs. Meanwhile, half a world away, in Zimbabwe’s Lowveld region, another IRF-funded team…