Now Hiring: Communications Intern

The International Rhino Foundation, a vibrant, global, wildlife conservation organization seeking a dynamic and innovative individual to serve as Communications Intern. This position will be based in Tallahassee, FL, in the offices of our partner SalterMitchell PR. COMMUNICATIONS INTERN As a science-based wildlife conservation organization, IRF seeks to scale up communication about its programmatic impact…

Sumatran Rhino Art Exhibition: Indonesia’s Hidden Treasure Collaboration for Sumatran Rhino Conservation

In an effort to raise awareness for the critically endangered Sumatran rhino, Tim Badak is hosting a 3-day inspiring art exhibition and charity auction from the 19th through 21 January 2018 at the National Library of Indonesia. The exhibition includes Indonesian and International artists and national brands. The Sumatran rhino is the most endangered land…

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…

Together we can do GREAT things!

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…