A very big thank you to those of you who visit our site and keep an active interest in the rhino poaching tragedy. Our rhinos are in very deep trouble, the poaching threat is ever-evolving and increasingly sinister while the challenges and dangers mount against rhino reserves and their brave rangers. Irrespective of how hard this gets we are committed for the long haul, and for our rhinos sake we’re counting on you too……
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

USEFUL INFO

We are inundated with e-mails requesting further information, from pre-school projects to Masters Degree's to film companies doing research into the rhino crisis. As we are unable to answer most of these mails - most of our time is taken up by meetings and fund placement -  please find links to selected information sources below.

 

The Department of Environmental Affairs has compiled The Rhino Guide (35MB download) available by clicking here
 

DEA National Rhino Strategy
- A national strategy for the safety and security of rhino populations in South Africa by The Department of Environmental Affairs (DEA).
 
 

 - A Study of dehorning of African Rhinoceroses as a tool to reduce the risk of poaching - DEA and EWT
 
 
TRAFFIC Report
- The South Africa - Viet Nam Rhino Horn Trade Nexus. A TRAFFIC Report by Tom Milliken and Jo Shaw
 
 
Rhino Issue Management (RIM) Report 2013
- Department of Environmental Affairs


An Excerpt of the 2008 Survey of White Rhinoceros on Private Land in South Africa
- An unpublished report compiled by A.J. Hall-Martin, J.G. du Toit, P.M. Hitchins & M.H. Knight for WWF African Rhino Programme (ARP).
 
 - Guidelines for implementing SADC rhino conservation strategies.  
 
 

Rhino Poaching: How do we respond?
- Duffy, R.; Emslie, R.H.; Knight, M.H.
 
 
- Standley, S.; Emslie, R.
 

Rhino Horn Consumers - Who Are They?
- WWF and TRAFFIC

 
 
- Is there anything to learn from law enforcement responses to drugs and firearm trafficking. By The Global Initiative Against Transnational Crime.