Conservation

Manyoni in the face of a poaching crisis


A tribute to the rhinos lost on Manyoni Private Game Reserve (formally Zululand Rhino Reserve) in the ongoing and bloody war against rhino poaching. This video shows what it takes to protect white and black rhino populations from the very real threat of extinction in Northern Zululand, South Africa.

Update: Ithuba, our first ever orphan of the rhino poaching crisis has been successfully rehabilitated and was released into the wild with another orphaned white rhino, Thando on 14th February 2017. They are both thriving in their natural environment, thanks to care and support received from the Zululand Conservation Trust (formerly Zululand Rhino Reserve Foundation).

For more information, please visit:
www.manyoni.co.za
www.zululandconservationtrust.org

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