2019 State of the Rhino Report: 10-Year Improvement in World Rhino Populations Offers Cautious Hope

The International Rhino Foundation (IRF) has released the 2019 State of the Rhino Report. The report details the impacts on the conservation of the world’s five species of rhinoceros: Remarkable recoveries have been seen over the past ten years for several species, including the black rhino in Africa and the greater one-horned rhino in India... Continue Reading →

Where Do Rhinos Stand After CITES CoP 18?

RHINO RECAP  Spirited and sometimes heated discussions wrapped up last week at the 18th Conference of the Parties (CoP) to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora, or CITES. Representatives from nearly every country on Earth gathered in Geneva, Switzerland to discuss trade issues pertaining not only to charismatic megavertebrates like rhinos... Continue Reading →

The Rhiny Awards: Can You Guess the Winners?

    Welcome to the First Annual Rhiny Awards! With award season in full-swing we thought there are a few species that also deserve recognition for their outstanding performances this year.  Spoiler alert: all five species of rhino are winners to us BUT, can you guess which species wins which award? Check out the nominees and categories... Continue Reading →

Disney Conservation Fund Helps International Rhino Foundation Protect the Magic of Nature

The International Rhino Foundation is the latest recipient of support from the Disney Conservation Fund (DCF) for its work to conserve t black rhino populations in Zimbabwe and the Sumatran rhino in Indonesia.Since 1995, the DCF has supported local efforts around the world aimed at saving wildlife, inspiring action and protecting the planet with more... Continue Reading →

August Rhino Champion: Conservation Scientist Dr. Michele Miller

We are continuing with our Year of Rhino Champions!  This month, we introduce you to Dr. Michele Miller – a conservation scientist working with wild rhinos in South Africa. Michele received her MS and PhD in Immunology, and DVM from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and Masters’ in Public Health (MPH) at the University of Florida-Gainesville. She is also... Continue Reading →

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