File AvailableRoth, T. 2022 New American Institute of Rhinoceros Science focused on saving rhinos. Connect (AZA) January: 11, 1 image
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File AvailableBaribault, P.A.; Scott, P.; Bohn, K.; San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance 2022 The Safari Park turns 50 - A Golden Anniversary. Journal (San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance) 2 (3) May-June: 2, 18-21, 19 images
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File AvailableHance, J. 2020 Every tool in the box: to save Sumatran rhinos: Q&A with Nina Fascione of IRF. www.mongabay.com 20 July 2020: 1-5
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File AvailableCollins, M.E.; Jones, G. S. 2020 Off the beaten path - The Wilds. Connect (AZA) July: front cover, 18-25, 11 images
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File AvailableBerends, A. 2019 Beginning a conservation career at Save the Rhino. The Horn (Save the Rhino International) 2019: 39
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File AvailableCarpenter, F. 2019 From Exile Medic to ultra-marathoner. The Horn (Save the Rhino International) 2019: 24
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File AvailableMills, A. 2019 Another year - another London marathon. The Horn (Save the Rhino International) 2019: 16-17
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File AvailableIsla D 2019 Rhino stars: Celebrating rhinos. The Horn (Save the Rhino International) 2019: 11
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File AvailableAbbott, N. 2015 Rhinorunner: millions captivated by magnificent annual rhino migration. The Horn (Save the Rhino International) Autumn 2015: 15-17
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File AvailableDean, C. 2015 SRI: where the money went, 2014-15. The Horn (Save the Rhino International) Autumn 2015: 14
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File AvailableEbedes, S. 2015 Obituary: Hymie Ebedes 1936-2015. International Zoo News 62 (6): 422-423
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File AvailableMoxley, C. 2014 Keeper professional development program. The Crash January 2014: 8
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File AvailableDean, C. 2013 A day in the life of rhino HQ. The Horn Spring 2013: 3
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File AvailablePatton, F. 2013 Conservation characters: Karl Ammann. Swara, Nairobi October-Decembe 2013: 68-72
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File AvailableCapiro, J.; Kennedy, J. 2012 Rhino keeper workshop 2013: San Diego 5-9 May. The Crash May 2012: 1-2
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File AvailableClawson, D. 2012 IRKA keeper development program. The Crash May 2012: 3-4
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File AvailableAnonymous 2012 Rhino aid A-Z. Africa Geographic 20 (3): 70-77
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File AvailableBhattarai, S. 2012 Rhino conservation: educational tool kit - publishing project. The Rhino Print (Newsletter of the Asian Rhino Project) Winter 2012: 12
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File AvailablePegg, N. 2012 The volunteer connection. The Horn (Save the Rhino International) Autumn 2012: 9
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File AvailablePaulson, J. 2012 Rhino May Day 2012: heated debates. The Horn (Save the Rhino International) Autumn 2012: 7
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File AvailableDean, C. 2010 What does the future hold for Save the Rhino. The Horn Autumn 2010: 13
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File AvailableLewa Wildlife Conservancy 2010 Annual report 2010. Kenya: LWC: pp. 1-20
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File AvailableLewa Wildlife Conservancy 2009 Annual report 2009. Kenya: LWC: pp. 1-20
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File AvailableLewa Wildlife Conservancy 2008 Annual report 2008. Kenya: LWC: pp. 1-45
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File AvailableRhino Keeper Association 2007 Various notes. The Crash 2 (1): 1-9
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File AvailableCrosbie, K. 2007 The Asian Rhino Project. The Crash 2 (2): 4-5, figs. 1-4
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File AvailableLewa Wildlife Conservancy 2007 Annual report 2007. Kenya: LWC: pp. 1-10
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File AvailableSave The Rhino International 2005 Annual Report, April 2004-March 2005. London, SRI, pp. 1-12
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File AvailableSave The Rhino International 2004 Annual Report, April 2003-March 2004. London, SRI, pp. 1-12
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Newsletter - No. 4 (Aug 1997), no.5 (July 1998), no.6 (Dec 1998), no.7 (June 1999). P.O.Box 10, Serowe, Botswana, tel/fax 267-430 713
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Newsletter called Trunk Tops, first issue, Summer 1998. Address: 6 Dalkey Avenue, Dalkey, Dublin, Ireland
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File AvailableBrooks, M. 2001 African Rhino Specialist Group report. Pachyderm 30: 6-11
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Another extremely exciting initiative is the SADC rhino programme of which the specialist group is a consortium partner. Led by the SADC Wildlife Sector Technical Coordination Unit, this Italian funded programme will provide considerable support for rhino conservation in the southern African reg...
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File AvailableAnonymous 2001 SADC rhino conservation project under way. SA Game and Hunt 7 (5): 13
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The SADC NRMP Bulletin of the Africa Resources Trust reports that the SADC Wildlife Sector technical Coordinating Unit (SADC WSTCU), IUCN-ROSA amd WWF Southern African Regional Programme Office are implementing a regional rhino conservation programme within SADC member states. The Italian Govern...
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File AvailableKhan, M.; Foose, T.J.; Strien, N.J. van 2000 Asian Rhino Specialist Group report. Pachyderm 29: 11-13
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The Malaysian Rhino Foundation, a private NGO, is being established to facilitate and coordinate recruitment and administration of additional funds for rhino conservation in Malaysia. ASRSG Chair Mohd Khan is the prime mover of this effort.
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File AvailableKhan, M.; Foose, T.J.; Strien, N.J. van 2000 Asian Rhino Specialist Group (AsRSG). Pachyderm 28: 7-9
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Chairman's report. The AsRSG Newsletter Asian Rhinos has resumed publication with issue number 3, March 2000. The objective is to publish two issues a year. A third editor Dr. L.C. ('Kees') Rookmaaker has been added to assist the ASRSG Programme Officers with this newsletter. For Rhinoce...
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File AvailableKhan, M.; Dey, S.C.; Sumardja, E.; Foose, T.J.; Strien, N.J. van 2000 Asian Rhino Specialist Group: triennial report 1997-2000. Species 34: 32-33
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The ASRSG has continued to be very active during the current Triennium, 1997-2000. The revised action plan Asian Rhinos: Status Survey and Conservation Action Plan, New Edition was published in 1997. ASRSG has continued its partnership with the International Rhino Foundation, which provides fin...
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File AvailableBrooks, M. 2000 African Rhino Specialist Group report. Pachyderm 29: 7-11
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Mission statement. The African Rhino Specialist Group's mission is to promote the growth of viable populations of the various subspecies of African rhinos in the wild. The body, at least every second year, seeks to compile and synthesize information on the status and conservation of Africa's rh...
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File AvailableKhan, M.; Dey, S.C.; Sumardja, E.; Foose, T.J.; Strien, N.J. van 2000 Asian Rhino Specialist Group: triennial report 1997-2000. Species 34: 32-33
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In particular, the Global Environment Faciiity (G.E.F.)/United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Project 'Conservation Strategy for Rhinoceros Conservation in South East Asia-Indonesia and Malaysia' initiated at the end of the last Triennium continued under ASRSG coordination through December ...
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File AvailableGripper, J. 2000 [Various notes]. Sebakwe News 2000 January
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The annual Rhino Mayday & Ball organised by the U.k. rhino group will be held on Saturday 13 May at the Royal Geographical Society, kensington Gore, London.
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File AvailableGripper, J. 2000 [Various notes]. Sebakwe News 2000 January
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Edited by John and Annie Gripper, Manor Farm, Ascott-under-Wychwood, Oxon OX7 ^AL Income 1997 ? 27,615, 1998 ? 29,192.
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File AvailableEmslie, R.H. 2000 SADC regional program for rhino conservation. Pachyderm 29: 53
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Dr Rob Brett has been appointed SADC rhino program coordinator and has taken up his position in Harare, Zimbabwe. Reviews of rhino conservation in SADC range states were undertaken from June to September 2000. A key part of these reviews was to identify and solicit potential projects for fundin...
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File AvailableBrooks, M. 2000 African Rhino Specialist Group (AfRSG). Pachyderm 28: 4-6
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SADC Rhino Programme. The inception phase of the Italian-funded SADC Rhino programme established the administrative and consultative framework for operations, and identified specific rhino conservation projects to be funded over the next six months. A Range State Planning Meeting was held in Jo...
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File AvailableGripper, J. 2000 [Various notes]. Sebakwe News 2000 January
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We had a full-sized model of a black rhino in our garden for a few weeks, used for fund raising and owned by Janet and Spencer Gelsthorpe, of Project Rhino. He came from Woburn Safari Park, moved on to Peterborough for the gala of 'Friends of Kwe Kwe', then to Anglia Water in Norfolk, before ret...
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File AvailableBrooks, M. 2000 African Rhino Specialist Group report. Pachyderm 29: 7-11
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Meeting in Tanzania, May 2000. I am pleased to report that the 2000 AfRSG meeting was successfully held at Lake Manyara, Tanzania, 27 May to 1 June, with 41 delegates attending or all of the sessions. As the AFRSG Chair, I introduced and welcomed the members to the year 2000 AfRSG meeting. Mr ...
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File AvailableBrooks, M. 2000 African Rhino Specialist Group. Species 34: 30
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Members of the African Rhino Specialist Group (AFRSG) have contributed to the development of a number of national plans and strategies, and the Continental Action Plan has been completed and is due for publication in early 2000. Members attended the CITES COP 10 in Zimbabwe in 1997 and have been...
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File AvailableBrooks, M. 2000 African Rhino Specialist Group (AfRSG). Pachyderm 28: 4-6
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Chairman's report. SADC Rhino Programme The inception phase of the Italian-funded SADC Rhino programme established the administrative and consultative framework for operations, and identified specific rhino con- servation projects to be funded over the next six months. A Range State Plann...
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File AvailableKhan, M.; Foose, T.J.; Strien, N.J. van 1999 Asian Rhino Specialist Group (AsRSG). Pachyderm 27: 16-21, figs. 1-2, table 1
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Chairman's report. As reported in the last AsRSG Chair Report, a global set of management masterplan assessments and recommendations was formulated in February 1999 at Sungai Dusun Sumatran Rhino Conservation Centre for the 5/12 rhino in managed breeding facilities. These assessments and recomm...
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File AvailableAstle, W.L. 1999 A history of wildlife conservation and management in the mid-Luangwa valley, Zambia. Bristol, British Empire and Commonwealth Museum (Research Paper no. 3), pp. i-iv, i-xviii, 1-145
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Society formed in London in December 1903 by E.N. Buxton.
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File AvailableBasel Zoo; Wirz-Hlavacek, G.; Zschokke, S.; Studer, P. 1999 International studbook for the greater one-horned rhinoceros, Rhinoceros unicornis (Linne, 1758), 10th edition. Basel, Zoologischer Garten, pp. 1-50
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Same members, with addition of E. Bairrao Ruivo (Lisbon).
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File AvailableAstle, W.L. 1999 A history of wildlife conservation and management in the mid-Luangwa valley, Zambia. Bristol, British Empire and Commonwealth Museum (Research Paper no. 3), pp. i-iv, i-xviii, 1-145
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P.S.M. Berry and Norman Carr proposed a scheme to assist the anti-poaching arm of the Department primarily to protect the major targets of the poachers, the rhino and elephant. The 'Save the Rhino' project was established with the assistance of IUCN, WWF, wildlife artist David Shepherd and natur...
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File AvailableBrooks, M. 1999 African Rhino Specialist Group (AfRSG). Pachyderm 27: 9-15
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AfRSG report. One major development in the period under review is the recent signing of a memorandum of understanding, whereby a consortium has been formed to implement a regional programme of rhino conservation within the Southem African Development Community (SADC) member states in the framewo...
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File AvailableBrooks, M. 1999 African Rhino Specialist Group (AfRSG). Pachyderm 27: 9-15
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Action plan. Two further iterations of reviwing and editing the new continental Action Plan for African rhinos have taken place since publication of the last Pachyderm. The plan is currently in its final stages of editing and is still on course to be published by the end of' 1999. Next A...
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File AvailableDaniel, C.D. 1999 Evaluating U.S. endangered species legislation - the Endangered Species Act as an international example: can this be pulled off? The case of the rhinoceros and tiger. William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review 23: 683-704
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File AvailableAnonymous 1998 The black and white of rhinos. Timbila 1 (2): 13, fig. 1
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The museum is an initiative of Clive Walker, chairman of the Rhino & Elephant Foundation and the Wilderness Trust of SA, and director of Lapalala Wilderness. He seized an opportunity to acquire the culturally historic site of the Old Melk Rivier School, which had been closed since 1962, and whic...
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File AvailableStromayer, K.A.K. 1998 US Fish and Wildlife service rhinoceros and tiger conservation fund, Africa region update. Pachyderm 26: 123-125
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Funding 1995-1998. Funding in fiscal year (FY) 1996 was $200,000 followed by $400,000 per annum in FY 1997 and 1998. Funding has been increased to $500,000 for FY 1999. For the period ending in FY 1998, 56 grants for a total of $970,000 were awarded. In Africa, the RTCF has sponsored a variet...
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File AvailableKhan, M.; Foose, T.J.; Strien, N.J. van 1998 Chairman's report: Asian Rhino Specialist Group. Pachyderm 26: 6-7
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Meeting Kaziranga NP, 21-27 Feb 1999. The ASRSG conducted the first of its new system of regional meetings at Kaziranga National Park the week of 21 to 27 February, 1999. The host of the meeting was the Forest Department of Assam. Over 70 persons attended various portions of the meetings, incl...
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File AvailableRhino & Elephant Foundation 1998 [Various notes]. REF News no. 21: 1-6
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The Rhino Awareness Expedition began in December 1993 when Klaus Schrumpf and Pamela Bell left Cape Town and their specially designed 4x4 Landcruiser was shipped to Chile where they began their trip. The objective was to create a worldwide awareness of the plight of rhino and the senseless killi...
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File AvailableSave The Rhino 1998 The case study: Namibia. The Horn Newsletter no. 2: 3-6
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Namibian Black Rhino Fund is an endowment fund for Namibia since its inception in 1993. The fund capital is managed in a safe, secure financial environment for income growth. Each year a target 10% of the capital fund is distributed to field projects such as the Waterberg. Chaiman is Alaistair...
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File AvailableDeMaar, T.W. 1998 [Various notes]. Newsletter ol Jogi 1998 August
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Dr Janet Rachlow has extended her study of white rhino to Kenya with the assistance of the Kenyan Association of Private Land Rhino Sanctuaries.
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File AvailableLessee, J. 1998 [Various notes]. Really Rhinos 12 (2)
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Interior Department Secretary Bruce Babbitt recently spoke about successes achieved so far from efforts funded under the Rhinoceros and Tiger Conservation Act of 1994. Congress has funded the program through the year 2000, with $400.000 being appropriated for financial years 1997 and 1998.
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File AvailableUS Fish and Wildlife Service 1998 Rhinoceros & Tiger Conservation Act: Summary Report. Washington, US Fish and Wildlife, pp. 1-32
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Summary Report 1996-1998. Congress, recognizing the need to do more to save these magnificent and very endangered species, passed the Rhinoceros and Tiger Conservation Act in 1994, and reauthorized it in 1998. Through the act, Congress created the Rhinoceros and Tiger Conservation Fund. Since ...
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File AvailableWalker, C.H. 1998 Rhino museum first in Africa. African Venture 1 (2): 20
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File AvailableRhino & Elephant Foundation 1998 [Various notes]. REF News no. 22: 1-6
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The Rhinoceros Museum in the Waterberg mountains is now open to the public. The opening of the museum represents a milestone in REF's history and this is entirely due to the support of corporations and individuals.
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File AvailableLessee, J. 1998 [Various notes]. Really Rhinos 12 (1)
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1997 National AAZK Conference in Houston, TX, held a rhino workshop. Information coordinators for 3 species, white, black and Indian were recruited: Kristin LaHue, Roverbanks Zoo for black, Patty Shoemaker, Houston Zoo for white and Natalie Mashburn, Fort Worth Zoo for Indian.
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File AvailableAnonymous 1998 Kids raise $27000 for rhino conservation. Zimbabwe Wildlife 91: 6, fig. 1
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Chispite Junior School's two grade six classes raised Z$ 27,000 for black rhino conservation in 1997. The money was handed over to the Zambezi Society, a regionally focussed environmental organisation which over past 10 years has cahnnelled over Z$2 m into helping conserve rhinos in Matusadona. ...
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File AvailablePearce, F. 1998 Rumble in the jungle. New Scientist 1998 November 7: 16-17, fig. 1
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WWF is changing its traditional role. To achieve sustainable conservation, more responsibility is placed with local populations. The latest human victims are Kes and Fraser Smith, who this summer were forced out from their 14-year tenure in charge of Garamba NP. Until recently, WWF portrayed K...
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File AvailableVigne, L.; Martin, E.B. 1998 Assam's field staff struggle to protect rhinos. International Zoo News 45 (5): 303-304, fig. 1
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Founded in 1996 to preserve wildlife. 'The forest staff is fighting a bare-handed losing battle with the armed smugglers and poachers, and the enemies of the forests. Both the protectors and the protected are heavily suffering as the Department continues to reel under acute financial crisis.' ...
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File AvailableLessee, J. 1998 [Various notes]. Really Rhinos 12 (3)
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IRF Programs. September 1997 - December 1998 in situ Zimbabwe - various black rhino projects $ 34.000 Tanzania - Mkomazi Black Rhino Sanctuary $ 5,000 Kenya - Ngulia Black Rhino Sanctuary $ 2,500 Garamba - Northern white $ 75,000 Indonesia - Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary ...
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File AvailableKhan, M.; Foose, T.J.; Strien, N.J. van 1998 Chairman's report: Asian Rhino Specialist Group. Pachyderm 25: 6-7
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AsRSG reorganized. In addition to one chair and two Deputy Chairs (one for SE Asia and one for Indian subcontinent), there is now an Executive Committee that comprises an additional 5 principal representatives from the six significant range states: India, Nepal, Indonesia, Malaysia, Sabah and Vi...
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File AvailableRhino & Elephant Foundation 1998 [Various notes]. REF News no. 21: 1-6
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Meeting of AfRSG held at Mount Etjo, Namibia, 12-19 April 1997. Chairman Dr Martin Brooks. Clive Walker, chairman of REF, represented the South African private rhino owners. Levels of rhino poaching have declined, due to (1) market has sufficient horn to meet the demands, (2) rhinoceros are fe...
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File AvailableBrooks, M. 1998 Chairman's report: African Rhino Specialist Group. Pachyderm 25: 1-3
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Fourth AfRSG meeting was held in Mount Etjo Safari Lodge, Namibia, 12-19 April 1997, sponsored by WWF, the lodge and Budget-Rent-A-Car. Meeting was attended by 30 members and invited delegates from 11 countries. A revised draft African Rhino Action Plan has been completed and submitted to IUCN.
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File AvailableBrooks, M. 1998 Chairman's report: African Rhino Specialist Group. Pachyderm 26: 1-2
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Action Plan 1999. A copy editor is incorporating the comments of a number of reviewers of the revised updated Action Plan before it is scheduled for final acceptance by the AfRSG in June 1999. 1,300 copies of the action Plan will be published by IUCN in November 1999, with the revised plan being...
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File AvailableNeushoorn Stichting Nederland 1997 [Notes in initial unnumbered edition]. Neushoornkrant 1 (first)
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The foundation was established in January 1997, dream of Raymond van der Meer. Its first objectives were to support the Mkhaya game Reserve in Swaziland.
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File AvailableKhan, M.; Foose, T.J.; Strien, N.J. van 1997 Chairman's report: Asian Rhino Specialist Group. Pachyderm 24: 7-8
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A Javan Rhino Colloquium was conducted on 1-3 July 1997 at the Safari Garden Hotel, Cisarua, Bogor, Indonesia, in collaboration iwth the Directorate General of Forest protection and Nature Conservation (PHPA).
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File AvailableBasel Zoo; Wirz-Hlavacek, G.; Zschokke, S.; Studer, P. 1997 International studbook for the greater one-horned rhinoceros, Rhinoceros unicornis (Linne, 1758), 9th edition. Basel, Zoologischer Garten, pp. 1-44
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EEP-Members of the Species Committee: B.Blaszkiewitz (Berlin-Friedrichsfelde), K. Bleijenberg (Rotterdam), M. Holk?tter (Stuttgart), M. Huyghe (Planckendael), J. Janecek (Prague), N. Lindsay (Whipsnade), H. M?gdefrau (N?rnberg), B. Rau (Munchen), P. Studer (Basel, EEP Coordinator), J. Vahala (Dvu...
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File AvailableAnonymous 1997 Boost for black rhinos. Zimbabwe Wildlife 88: 6
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The Zambezi Society (chairman Dick Pitman) has donated anti-poaching patrol equipment worth Z$90.000 to the Black Rhinoceros Intensive Protection Zone (IPZ) in Matusadona. The equipment consists of tents, groundsheets, webbing, mosquito nets, life jackets, torches, water bottles, boots etc. The...
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File AvailableBrooks, M. 1997 Chairman's report: African Rhino Specialist Group. Pachyderm 24: 11-13
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Next meeting due in April 1997 in Namibia. A limited print run of African Rhinos, first issue, was produced and distributed at COP 10 in Zimbabwe, June 1997.
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File AvailableChoudhury, A. 1996 The Rhino Foundation in the field. Newsletter of the Rhino Foundation of Nature in North-East India 1 (1): 1-7, figs. 1-7
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Newsletter, vol.1 no.1 published in October 1996. The foundation was established in 1994 as a non-governmental organisation to help preserve the Indian rhinoceros and other endangered wildlife and their habitat in North-East India. The Foundation started functionally in May 1995 when a full-tim...
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File AvailableMorgan-Davies, M. 1996 Status of the black rhinoceros in the Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya. Pachyderm 21: 38-45, figs. 1-5, table 1
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In early 1980, in an attempt to halt the continued poaching and almost certain extinction of the species within the Reserve, a special rhino surveillance team was established and jointly administered by the Narok County Council (NCC), custodian of the Reserve, Friends of Conservation (FOC), then ...
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File AvailableMorgan-Davies, M. 1996 Status of the black rhinoceros in the Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya. Pachyderm 21: 38-45, figs. 1-5, table 1
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In early 1980, in an attempt to halt the continued poaching and almost certain extinction of the species within the Reserve, a special rhino surveillance team was established and jointly administered by the Narok County Council (NCC), custodian of the Reserve, Friends of Conservation (FOC), then ...
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File AvailableBosi, E.J. 1996 Mating Sumatran rhinoceros at Sepilok Rhino Breeding Centre, Sandakan, Sabah, Malaysia. Pachyderm 21: 24-27, fig. 1, table 1
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In March 1995, Sabah was allocated $411,334 for a 3-year rhino project under the sponsorship of the Global Environmental Facility (GEF) of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). This funding is mainly for the provision of facilities, manpower and technical support for the protection of...
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File AvailableSiswomartono, D.; Reddy, S.; Ramono, W.; Manansang, J.; Tilson, R; Franklin, N.; Foose, T.J. 1996 The Sumatran rhino in Way Kambas National park, Sumatra, Indonesia. Pachyderm 21: 13-14, fig. 1
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The Directorate General of Forest protection and Nature Conservation (PHPA) in Indonesia is conducting an intensive programme for in situ protection through development and deployment of anti-poaching teams. The intial, catalytic funds for this programme are being provided by a grant from the Glo...
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File AvailableKhan, M.; Foose, T.J.; Strien, N.J. van 1996 Chairman's report: Asian Rhino Specialist Group. Pachyderm 21: 1
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The Global Environment Fund project to initiate implementation of the Conservation Strategy for Rhinoceros in Indonesia and Malaysia has now been in progress for a year. The first formal annual review will be conducted in May 1996. Training and deployment of more intensive anti-poaching teams i...
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File AvailableRhino & Elephant Foundation 1996 New concept in raising funds for rhino conservation. REF News no. 15: 4-5, figs. 1-3
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Save The Rhino International has been operating in the UK for six years, and has raised over R2.500.000 for rhino conservation projects in Asia and Africa. The charity was born when David Stirling and Johnny Roberts, both 24 at the time, returned from two years of travelling and working in Afric...
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File AvailableHutchins, M. 1995 Sumatran rhino conservation. Conservation Biology 9 (5): 977
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The Sumatran Rhino Trustwas formed in 1988 under the auspices of the American Association of Zoological Parks and Aquariums (AAZPA). The SRT represents the last gasp of what might be termed the 'Noah's Ark Paradigm', the concept that our response to species endangerment should always be to estab...
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File AvailableRabinowitz, A. 1995 Helping a species go extinct: the Sumatran rhinoceros in Borneo. Conservation Biology 9 (1): 482-488
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SRT, an organization spawned from the American association of Zoological Parks and Aquariums [Aims, see Managed Breedings programs, Dicerorhinus sumatrensis ]. In 1993, SRT was dissolved.
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File AvailableRabinowitz, A. 1995 Helping a species go extinct: the Sumatran rhinoceros in Borneo. Conservation Biology 9 (1): 482-488
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The AsRSG was created by the Species Survival Commission of the World Conservation Union. The first meeting of this group, convened in Thailand in 1979, emphasized the need for data collection, research and monitoring efforts, protection of rhino habitats, reduction of poaching, and strict contr...
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File AvailableLoutit, B.D. 1995 Rhino protection in communal areas, Namibia. Pachyderm 20: 31-32, fig. 1
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Namibia, Damaraland. The rhino monitoring staff of the Save the Rhino Trust (SRT) earn a bonus for every rhino properly photographed and identified. This ensures that the monitoring staff take a personal interest in the welfare of the rhinos with which they work. The SRT also pays a reward of ...
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File AvailableHutchins, M. 1995 Sumatran rhino conservation. Conservation Biology 9 (5): 977
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Minnesota Zoo is providing long-term support for the Ujung Kulon National Park.
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File AvailableBrooks, M. 1995 Chairman's report: African Rhino Specialist Group. Pachyderm 20: 3-5
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AfRSG report. At a meeting between the IUCN Elephant and Rhino Specialist Groups and the Facility in October 1994 agreement was reached on the relative roles and responsibilities of the two organisations. One of the major roles of the Facility was to provide funding for priority projects and act...
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File AvailableFoose, T.J.; Strien, N.J. van 1995 Fund-raising efforts. Asian Rhinos 1: 7-9
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The United States of America has just approved legislation to create a Rhinoceros and 'Tiger Conservation Act, whose purposes are: (1) To assist the conservation of rhinos and tigers by supporting conservation programs of nations, and the CITES Secretariat, whose activities directly or indirect...
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File AvailableAnonymous 1995 Tiger and rhino conservation. Wildlife Conservation 98 (1): 7, fig. 1
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Last Fall, Congress passed the Rhinoceros and Tiger Conservation Act, which establishes a $10 million a year fund for five years, beginning in 1996. The funds will go toward research, conservation, and law enforcement efforts.
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The AZA Rhino Advisory Group is now working closely with the International Rhino Foundatoion and Indonesian wildlife authorities to support in situ conservation efforts for the Sumatran Rhino.
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File AvailableBrooks, M. 1995 Chairman's report: African Rhino Specialist Group. Pachyderm 19: 4-5
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AfRSG report. The Chairman attended a UNEP meeting at Gigiri, Kenya in October 1994 at which collaboration between UNEP's newly-created Elephant and Rhino Conservation Facility and IUCN's specialist groups for elephants and rhinos in Africa and Asia was discussed. A common mission was developed...
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File AvailableFoose, T.J.; Strien, N.J. van 1995 Fund-raising efforts. Asian Rhinos 1: 7-9
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A new Elephant and Rhinoceros Conservation Facility has been established at UNEP Headquarters in Nairobi as recommended by the UNEP Rhino Conference in 1993. The Acting Coordinator is Mr. Oluwafemi Owolabi. In October 1994, there was a meeting at UNEP of the representatives of the new Facility ...
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File AvailableFoose, T.J. 1995 The hairy rhino within a hair's breadth of extinction. Around the Horn 3 (1): 1-3
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For the last two years, the IUCN SSC Asian Rhino Specialist Group (ASRSG) has been facilitating development of a $ 2 million grant from the Global Environment Fund (G.E.F.) to initiate more vigorous programs for in situ protection of Sumatran rhino in Indonesian and Malaysia, the last two countri...
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File AvailableKhan, M.; Foose, T.J. 1995 Chairman's report: African Rhino Specialist Group. Pachyderm 19: 1-2
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The GEF Project on the conservation strategy for rhinoceros in SE Asia has been approved by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Governments of Indonesia and Malaysia. The project will be activated in January 1995 and will continue for 3 years. The development of the project ...
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File AvailableKhan, M.; Foose, T.J. 1995 Chairman's report: Asian Rhino Specialist Group. Pachyderm 20: 1, table 1
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1995 April - Activation of GEF Project.
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File AvailableFoose, T.J.; Strien, N.J. van 1995 Fund-raising efforts. Asian Rhinos 1: 7-9
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After two years, the approval process has finally been completed for a Global Environment Facility (G.E.F.) Biodiversity Project to assist initiation of full implementation of rhino conservation strategies and action plans in Indonesia and Malaysia. The Project will provide US $ 2 Million over t...
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File AvailableGalli, N.S.; Flamand, J.R.B. 1995 Darting and marking black rhinoceros on foot: part of a monitoring and population estimation technique in Hluhluwe-Umfolozi park, South Africa. Pachyderm 20: 33-38, figs. 1-3, map 1, table 1
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The Rhino Management Group (RMG) was formed in 1989 by all the relevant conservation departments to give support to the plan. The RMG debates the concerns raised by conservation agencies and private owner representatives, develops appropriate strategies, provides advice and co-ordinates certain ...
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