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Happy World Rhino Day!

Today, we celebrate rhinos – those magnificent, horned beasts that inspire our wonder and touch our hearts. They’re big. They’re old. They lead a fragile existence. And they need us. Rhinos need a team effort from around the globe to battle poaching, secure habitat, strengthen support for partner nations fighting to save rhinos, and educate…

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#MeetUsMonday – Gloria Goeres, IRF Program Assistant

All of us at IRF are passionate about rhinos, with a 23-year track record of helping them to survive under some of the most difficult circumstances on Earth. We are steadfast in our belief that our commitment will help save these magnificent creatures from extinction. Meet the people of IRF who are working hard for…

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#MeetUsMonday: CeCe Sieffert, IRF Deputy Director

All of us at IRF are passionate about rhinos, with a 23-year track record of helping them to survive under some of the most difficult circumstances on Earth. We are steadfast in our belief that our commitment will help save these magnificent creatures from extinction. Meet the people of IRF who are working hard for…

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15th International Elephant & Rhino Conservation and Research Symposium

15th International Elephant & Rhino Conservation and Research Symposium Singapore Zoo, November 14-18, 2016 Presented by: International Elephant Foundation and International Rhino Foundation Hosted: Widlife Reserves Singapore Pressures on wild populations of elephants and rhinos are increasing at an alarming rate, with poachers killing both species at unsustainable levels. Wildlife habitat continues to shrink while…

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Help Save Rhinos Through Photography!

The International Rhino Keeper Association (IRKA) is creating another Rhino Conservation Calendar, so it’s time for another rhino photography contest! The IRKA has produced the Rhino Conservation Calendar for the past four years and we have raised a grand total of $40,600, all of which went directly to rhino conservation projects thanks to enthusiasts like…