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May 16 2015

Where the rhino money goes

Have a look at this great video – it is only 6 minutes long, I am sure you have the time.

In late 2014, Rhino Conservation Botswana along with Wilderness Wildlife Trust (who we are supporting!) and other stakeholders and funders announced the successful translocation of a small founder population of Critically Endangered black rhino in a joint collaboration with the Botswana and South African Governments. The rhino have been moved from higher risk areas in South Africa to a safe haven in Botswana. This is part of an ongoing conservation project to establish a core population of this threatened species in Botswana.

Watch on YouTube: Black Rhino Translocation 2014

Wilderness Wildlife Trust’s project to relocate rhinos has been going on for more than 10 years, and is consistently proving its success.

How can you help this great work continue? Please visit our SHOP and buy our ebook for only US$5.95   /   £3.94   /   ZAR72   /   €5.31.

ALL proceeds from books sold in May go to support this worthy project. In addition, for every book sold, we’ll top up with $2.50.

Our aim: $1,000 which is a little over 100 books.

We are making progress to our goal – can you help us get there?

Only 2 weeks to go …


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