Project African Rhino (hits:261)
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.<br>The two 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.
Save the Rhino International (hits:698)
Save the Rhino International works to conserve genetically viable populations of critically endangered rhinoceros species in the wild. We do this by fundraising for and making grants to rhino- and community-based conservation projects. They organize an annual Rhino May Day in London. The website contains much new information on rhino poaching and conservation around the world.
A. Athanassiou (hits:89)
Home page of Dr Athanassios Athanassiou of Athen, researcher of fossil rhinos and other mammals.
George Adamson Wildlife Preservation Trust (hits:119)
The George Adamson Wildlife Preservation Trust was formed in England in 1979 to raise funds for the work being done in the Kora National Park in northern Kenya by George Adamson and his assistant Tony Fitzjohn.
Age of Mammals (hits:369)
Russian website with scientific information on fossil mammals, including a wide range of rhinoceros species.
Partnership for Rhino Conservation (hits:198)
Partnership for Rhino Conservation (PARC) of Nepal is Non-profitable, Non-governmental, Community oriented voluntary team for Environment and Biodiversity conservation. Initially, team dealt specifically with Rhino conservation program but now it works intigrately environment and biodiversity. It is an autonomous body strong with juridical personality.
It focuses small children, student, youth and poor oriented activities to uplift them and make responsible for biodiversity conservation. It respects small children’s reaction against wildlife hunting.
Wildlife Watch Group (hits:97)
The Wildlife Watch Group of Nepal, better known as WWG was established by group of journalists and wildlife experts in October 1993 as informal group who wished to study and monitor issues regarding illegal wildlife trade.
Rhino Car Hire (hits:2770)
Rhino Car Hire sponsors the Rhino Resource Center and provides cheap prices for car rental in Europe, UK, USA and Cyprus.
Borneo Rhino Alliance (hits:106)
Borneo Rhino Alliance (BORA) is a local NGO based in Sabah. Active since the year 2000, and formerly known as SOS Rhino and subsequently SOS Rhino Borneo, BORA provides protection and monitoring of a critical population of Sumatran Rhinos in Tabin Wildlife Reserve in eastern Sabah.
Vietnam Rhinos (hits:384)
Sniffing out the secretive Javan rhino in Vietnam.
Volunteer 4 Africa provide low cost volunteering opportunities throughout Africa. All information is on the website, including volunteering in conservation projects.
Indian Rhinos in Europe (hits:105)
Willkommen auf rhinos.eu, einem privaten, nichtkommerziellen Blog mit Infos und Berichten zu Panzernashörnern in europäischen Zoos und Tiergärten. Der Schwerpunkt liegt neben allgemeinen Infso zwar auf Sundari & Jange, die seit März 2006 im Wiener Nashorn-Park leben. Es gibt aber auch immer wieder Berichte und News aus anderen Zoos.
Back to Africa (hits:102)
Back to Africa is a non-profit organization based in Cape Town South Africa that relocates rare and endangered African species from zoological institutions worldwide “back to Africa”. Their charitable business is to start breeding projects of rare animals to restock natural areas and to research the reasons for their decline and adaptability back to the wild.
Sheldrick Rhinos (hits:72)
List of the archived Rhino Orphans reared from infancy by the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
Game Rangers Association of Africa (hits:46)
The Game Rangers Association of Africa commits itself to the preservation, conservation and where possible, restoration of Africa's bio-diversity and the continued existence of its wilderness. The Future of conservation in Africa; and the preservation of its wilderness lies in the hands of its natural resource managers and field rangers. The Game Rangers Association of Africa is committed to ensure that those responsible for the future of conservation in Africa are dedicated, motivated, skills-trained, ethical and professional in the execution of their duties.