Operation Rhino Recovery is a success

When black and white rhinos are relocated to Botswana, these pioneering individuals are understandably keen to learn about their new home and often roam around, covering great distances, before settling down. Find out what happens when one of them wanders off into trouble…

RCB is running for rhinos!

Four people are about to do something that’s either totally crazy or totally awesome, depending on your point of view. They’re going to run the Virgin Money London Marathon for Rhino Conservation Botswana (RCB) and for wild rhinos. Join them on their journey…

2017 – another great year for rhinos

Dear friends,
2017 has been a year of mixed fortunes for rhinos. Though RCB is achieving more for rhino conservation in Botswana than we ever thought possible, elsewhere the number of rhinos being killed is still alarmingly high.

That’s why RCB’s work in Botswana is more important than ever. For the rhinos’ security, I can’t share the number of young born this year, but we’re proud that Botswana’s rhino numbers are increasing steadily. When other populations are in decline, every precious rhino calf is a cause for celebration – and a vital contribution to the world’s population. 

Read more about our rhino successes in 2017…