Wildlife trafficking, rhino poaching, heroes, poachers, SA government, LA and New York. What do they all have in common? To bring you the latest news, stories and videos here are two brief clips discussing two broad topics: “What’s Happening to Africa’s Rhino?” and “Wildlife Trafficking: Who Does it? Who Allows it?” This covers the latest
Rhino poaching runs rampant, about 150 dead rhino this year. SANParks and the South African government fail to stop wildlife trafficking, illegal trade of endangered rhino. The Parliamentary Rhino Hearings. SANParks pulls out when about 50% of the rhino’s poached are occurring in South Africa’s premier game reserve, the famous Kruger National Park.
Rhino poaching escalating daily, 135 rhino dead as of March 19, 75 in Kruger National Park, endangered rhino on the brink of extinction in South Africa, what’s going on? Wildlife trafficking, organized crime, illegal trade. Every day I wake up dreading to see how many rhino were attacked and killed for their horn by
Kariega Game Reserve, two rhino fighting to survive after horns poached by rhino poachers, rangers plead for help to save the endangered species. Recommend on Facebook Buzz it up Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post Bookmark in Browser Tell a friend
Karen Trendler recently (with the Endangered Wildlife Trust) conducted a rescue & response workshop for orphaned and injured rhino at the Johannesburg zoo. Karen Trendler who found her life’s mission in rescuing both orphaned young and injured adult rhinos recently (in conjunction with the Endangered Wildlife Trust) conducted a rescue & response workshop at the
Rhino poaching escalates in South Africa. Death toll passes 100. Organized crime crack down, more arrests. Wildlife trafficking from SA via USA to China. As there is so much RHINO NEWS to cover I’m simply hitting the highlights giving you links to detailed articles. Poaching Death Toll Passes 100 After only two months of 2012 the rhino
Don’t live in SA? You can help save the endangered rhino by writing letters to South Africa’s President Zuma, contact your local zoo, volunteer and more to help stop animal poaching. “I don’t live in South Africa, how can I help save the rhino?” After hearing that sadly over 90 rhino have been killed