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endangered-rhinos2015
Namibian Black Rhino Hunt

IRF's statement on the controversial Dallas Safari Club black rhino hunt in Namibia.  The real issue, that nearly 500 rhinos have been lost in South Africa alone so far this year, is being sidelined by all the attention to this one hunt.   If we can't stop or slow rhino poaching, we stand to lose a century of rhino conservation success.

Team Rhino Wins The Grand All Image Award

FPRA Capital Chapter hosted the Local Image Awards Ceremony on April 16, 2015 and we're thrilled to share that Salter>Mitchell and the International Rhino Foundation took home the top honor, the Grand All Image Award, for Team Rhino!

Portrait of a Rhino Poacher

Colleague Mick Reilly, Head of Conservation and Security from Big Game Parks in the Kingdom of Swaziland, shares his first-hand experience with the poaching crisis as part of an in-depth article on our blog.

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Rhinos in the NEWS
Nepal's rhino population rises by 72% in ten years
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
A new survey in Nepal counted 645 one-horned rhinos (Rhinoceros unicornis), up from 375 animals ten years ago and 534 animals in 2011. This represent a rise of 72 percent over the last ten years, an impressive feat given that the world's rhinos are facing
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Meet your fans! Endangered baby black rhino born through successful breeding programme takes first steps at Australian zoo
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
An adorable baby black rhinoceros was captured on video taking some of its first steps in the open alongside its mother. The black rhino calf – a critically endangered species – was born at Taronga Western Plains Zoo in Australia last month and is yet to
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IRF Community - Meet Our Dedicated Team
  • Susie Ellis, PhD
    Susie Ellis, PhD
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    Lee Bass
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    Natasha Anderson
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    Evan Blumer
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    Patrick Condy
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    Gloria Goeres
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    Don Farst
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    Alex Hausler
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    Sectionov (Inov)
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    Michael Fouraker
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    Bibhab Kumar Talukdar, PhD
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    Lewis Greene
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    Peter Hall
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