World Wildlife Ranger Day in Kenya

This video from Kenya says about itself:

5 September 2016

On World Ranger Day, we hear from the persons at the front-line to protect our rhinos from the threat of poaching.

This video from Kenya says about itself:

5 September 2016

A tribute to the brave men and women on Ol Pejeta who risk it all to protect our wildlife.

Rhino charges car in South Africa

This video from South Africa says about itself:

22 June 2016

Watch this moment a Black Rhino decides to charge a group of photographers!!

The video really shows just how fast and unpredictable animals can be and we should always be ready for anything when watching these magnificent animals.

No location given due to rhino poaching.

Video by: Sam and Andrew

Read full story here.

Little girl meets baby rhino

This video from Kenya says about itself:

Young Girl Goes For A Stroll With Endangered Southern White Rhino Named Ringo

20 May 2016

On Ol Pejeta, children get an incredible chance to meet Ringo the rhino. They get up close and personal with him and learn about wildlife and conservation. This is the future. Only if we teach our children to respect and appreciate animals will we be able to turn the tide of extinction. So bring your child to Ol Pejeta and teach them to be kind.

See also here.

THE LAST 3 NORTHERN WHITE RHINOS “Hearing Zachary Mutai speak about the three critically endangered rhinos in his care is like listening to a doting dad extoll the virtues of a beloved child.” [HuffPost]

Indonesian rhino poacher becomes pro-rhino conservation wood carver

Sumatran rhino carving

From the International Rhino Foundation about this:

Wooden Sumatran Rhino

Hand-carved by a former poacher who now works in collaboration with our Rhino Protection Units to save Sumatran rhinos in Bukit Barisan Selatan National Park.

Each statue is 6″ tall x 9.5″long x 3.75″ deep.