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Global Conservation Force (hits:0)
Global Conservation Force is dedicated to saving wildlife from extinction through education, anti-poaching and conservations efforts.
My horn -my life (hits:17)
Initiative to save the Great Indian rhinoceros by the people of Assam
Perissodactyla Preservation Fund (hits:11)
"Dedicated to the Conservation of global biodiversity through perissodactyla conservation"
Rhinos in all zoos (hits:62)
Rhinos of the world. Aiming to register all rhinos in all zoos. At the moment we have posted information about every black
rhino (D.b. michaeli) in european zoos (2016). We hope to arise consciousness on the terrible crysis
rhinos are facing all over the world because of poaching and loss of
habitat. Our final aim would be that zoos themselves could send us informations about pregnancy/movements of rhinos.

Saiga Resource Center (hits:16)
The Saiga Resource Centre aims to provide a comprehensive database of literature, images and videos on the saiga antelope for use by the saiga conservation community.
Baby Rhino Rescue (hits:29)
We are committed to saving rhinos from extinction with a special focus on the rescue, care and rehabilitation of orphan rhinos in Africa. We promote worldwide education about environmental and sustainability issues, the state of the rhino as an endangered species and its vital importance as a keystone species.
BHL - Biodiversity Heritage Library (hits:21)
The Biodiversity Heritage Library improves research methodology by collaboratively making biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community. Inspiring discovery through free access to biodiversity knowledge.
This is a great resource, the first portal for all older zoological literature, as stated all with free and open access to all users. The RRC is of course much indebted to all people involved in this great project which will of course be ongoing for many more years. No research in natural history these days could ever be complete without the help of BHL which combines resources of many great libraries around the world, all accessible from our own homes and offices. Thank you BHL.
Stephen Belcher Photos (hits:52)
Stephen Belcher has made trips to Indonesia to capture images of the rare Sumatran and Javan rhinoceros. Details and pictures on the website.
Nino the mad mad rhino (hits:45)
Nino The Mad Mad Rhino is a global symbol for the fight against rhino poaching. Raising money and awareness for these beautiful and prehistoric animals across the world. Where ever there is a rhino in danger, Nino and his friends will be there to fight off the poachers.
Your Inner Rhino (hits:84)
A blog of midly fanciful thoughts from the International Rhino Community, This blog is about Rhinodom, its many facets and history, and the mindset which defines its excellence in a Cosmic Sense. Nothing too ambitious, just a down-home good-natured celebration of Ourselves, Our Inner Rhino.
Project African Rhino (hits:67)
Ann & Steve Toon, wildlife photographers: Project: African Rhino is a multimedia photo-journalism project raising awareness about rhino conservation in Africa, with a particular focus on successful initiatives and scientific developments in the face of current and future threats, including the poaching crisis.
The three year project, beginning in mid-2012, will include journalistic coverage of key issues in magazines and newspapers, updates on this blog and on social media sites, a coffee table book celebrating African rhinos, and a major photographic exhibition.
We’ll be turning a critical journalistic eye to the major issues, with a view to raising awareness of the plight of Africa’s rhinos, rather than fund-raising – there are plenty of organisations who are already doing that. But we will be donating profits from the book and print sales to rhino conservation.
Verband der Zoologischen Gärten (VdZ) (hits:19)
Der Verband der Zoologischen Gärten (VdZ) e.V. – bis Juni 2014 Verband Deutscher Zoodirektoren (VDZ) genannt - vereinigt die wissenschaftlich geleiteten Zoos im deutschsprachigen Raum. Der 1887 gegründete VdZ ist die älteste Zoo-Organisation weltweit und die Keimzelle der World Association of Zoos and Aquariums (WAZA). Er setzt sich für eine gute Zootierhaltung ein und kooperiert dazu mit den Behörden. Zu den Aktivitäten des Verbandes gehört es auch, seine Mitglieder im Natur- und Artenschutz zu unterstützen.
Investigative Environmental Journalism (hits:31)
The Oxpeckers Center for Investigative Environmental Journalism is Africa’s first journalistic investigation unit focusing on environmental issues. The Center combines traditional investigative reporting with data analysis and geo-mapping tools to expose eco-offences and track organised crime syndicates in southern Africa.
Australian Rhino project (hits:81)
Founded by Ray Dearlove, the ultimate goal of The Australian Rhinoceros Project is to ensure the survival of these majestic species by making a significant contribution to ex situ conservation breeding efforts in order to ensure species survival outside of the range states where the issue persists. The objective of such programs is to maintain a viable population outside of the range state, with targeted genetic and demographic management that will allow for the repatriation of African rhinoceros back to their natural habitat and homelands. The scope of this objective should not be underestimated, as it could be generations before this environment is secure and free from poaching.
Rhino Orphanage (hits:110)
SOUTH Africa is to be home to the first specialist, dedicated, non-commercial centre to care for baby rhinos orphaned by the shocking trade in poached rhino horns.
The Wildlife & Cultural Centre at Legend Golf & Safari Resort in Limpopo Province is to be the site for the centre which will take in baby rhinos orphaned or injured across the country by poachers who feed the illegal trade in horns, which has seen record numbers of animals killed and orphaned in the past 14 months.
A R4m campaign was launched on Monday March 12 to fund the project which has already gained the support of most of the major organizations involved in the war to save the rhino.
And the first donation has already been made by agricultural machine specialists New Holland who have donated a new tractor to the project after hearing of the plans while conferencing at the resort.
More than 400 rhino were butchered in South Africa last year and almost 100 have died in the first two months of 2012.
South Africa is home to more than 90 percent of the rhinos on the planet, and the world’s first rhino orphanage will be a major step forward in the battle to protect the species

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