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Tracking Rhinos in the Namibian Desert: A Diary

Tracking Rhinos in the Namibian Desert: A Diary

Elissa Poma August 5, 2015 0

While visiting the Damaraland region of Namibia, WWF’s Elissa Poma joined a researcher and trackers from Save the Rhino Trust to go out in search of endangered black rhinos. Below is an excerpt of her journal from that morning.

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5 Iconic At-Risk Species (And Where to Travel to See Them)

5 Iconic At-Risk Species (And Where to Travel to See Them)

Natural Habitat Adventures July 15, 2015 6

This is a guest post by Matt Kareus, Editor in Chief of The Safarist and About Galapagos, and Executive Director of the International Galapagos Tour Operators Association. Many of our planet’s most iconic species

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Rhinos Without Borders Attempts Massive Rhino Relocation

Rhinos Without Borders Attempts Massive Rhino Relocation

Chris Miller September 7, 2014 0

The rhinos of Africa are faced with a sad reality. Every seven hours a rhinoceros life is taken by poachers, and without the help of conservation efforts, the two African rhino species face the

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Video of the Week: Pride of Namibia

Video of the Week: Pride of Namibia

Tania Curry April 4, 2014 1

“Pride of Namibia” tells the story of communities committed to protecting wildlife, of a nation that has enshrined conservation into its constitution, and of the future of responsible travel – tourism that directly benefits

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Borana Rhino Relocation – Extending Conservation in Kenya

Borana Rhino Relocation – Extending Conservation in Kenya

Emily Deemer September 18, 2013 0

Just over two weeks ago, 21 black rhino from Kenya’s Lewa Wildlife Conservancy and Lake Nakuru National Park were relocated to nearby Borana Wildlife Conservancy in Kenya‘s northern Laikipia district. Borana is now proud to call

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