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File AvailableLeader Williams, N. 1989 Luangwa rhinos: 'Big is best, small is feasible'. Pachyderm 12: 27-28
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When I arrived in Zambia there was a mood of optimism in conservation circles. 'Save the Rhino Trust' (SRT) had recently been established with what was then WWF's largest ever single grant of US$ 0.5 million over three years and believed it was succeeding in its aims because patrols were capturi...
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File AvailableCumming, D. 1987 Zimbabwe and the conservation of black rhino. Zimbabwe Science News 21 (5/6): 59-62, figs. 1-3
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IUCN, the International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, has a major network of largely honorary members comprising scientists, conservationists, and administrators vvho provide specialist information, advice and services to the Union. These members operate through a s...
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File AvailableVigne, L. 1984 Report on activities. Newsletter of the African Elephant and Rhino Group 3: 3, fig. 1
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Meeting in Nairobi, 3-4 Dec 1983. The third meeting of the AERSG, held in Nairobi on-3-4 December 1983, was attended by David Western, Esmond Bradley Martin, David Cumming, Iain Douglas-Hamilton, Ian Grimwood, Hanne Lindemann, Rob Malpas, Cynthia Moss and Lucy Vigne. Robert Scott, Executive Off...
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File AvailableWestern, D. 1983 Chairman's report. Newsletter of the African Elephant and Rhino Group 2: 3-5
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Chairman's report. Elephants and rhinos share a great deal more in common than their large size. Both occur widely throughout Africa from coastal flats to alpine meadows, and from parched deserts to wet equatorial forests. Both are hunted for trophies and their products are traded throughout t...
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File AvailableHillman Smith, K. 1983 The status of Northern white rhinos. Newsletter of the African Elephant and Rhino Group 1: 5-7, fig. 1
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As a result of the 1979/80 survey of the status of rhinos in Africa, the northern white rhino was identified as the most endangered of the African rhinos and projects were developed for their conservation in the then relatively high density areas of Shambe Game Reserve in Sudan and Parc National ...
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File AvailableClements, B. 1982 The future of elephant and rhino in Damaraland and Kaokoland. Newsletter of the Namibia Wildlife Trust 1982 Autumn: 1-2
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The Namibia Wildlife Trust was formed in 1982 by a group of concerned conservationists who were alarmed by the wilful slaughter of game species in Namibia. A programme of protection was worked out for the large mammals of the arid desert areas - in particular the elephant, black rhino, giraffe a...
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File AvailableAnonymous 1980 50 rhinos left in Serengeti. Africana 7 (3): 27
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Financed survey by Markus Borner in Serengeti. The Society, which gets much of its funding from its President, Prof. Bernhard Grzimek, recently trained 4 Tanzanian park rangers as pilots and equipped them with aircraft.
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File AvailableRhino & Elephant Foundation 1980 Brochure. Johannesburg, REF, pp. 1-4
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File AvailableKlingel, H. 1979 Survey of African rhinoceroses: Report [to IUCN, African Rhino Specialist Group]. Report, cyclostyled, pp. 1-9
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Was in 1978 Chairman of the African Rhinoceros Group, SSC.
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File AvailableZoological Society of San Diego 1972 San Diego Wild Animal Park Dedication Day . Invitation packet May 9th, 1972: 1-19
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