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Six of South Africa's Survivors

Hear the incredible recovery stories of six rhinos who were rescued from poachers. Caregivers at the Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre (HESC) in South Africa.

Donations go to Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre – Rescued Rhinos

Dehorning A Rhino in the Wild

Conservationists are finding that the practice of dehorning is becoming increasingly necessary to protect the species from poaching.

Donations go to Wildlands

The Black Mamba Anti-Poaching Unit

Constantly plagued by rhino and bush-meat poachers, The Greater Kruger National Park is home to the largest population of rhino in South Africa.

Donations go to the Black Mamba Anti-Poaching Unit

White Lions: Ngala Yobasa

James Suter first guided on the N’wanetsi Concession at Singita and came to know the many prides of lion that frequent this area.

Donations go to the Global White Lion Protection Trust

Cape Town Environmental Education Trust

CTEET is a non-profit organization that runs environmental education camps for children from impoverished communities on the Cape Flats in the Western Cape.

Donations go to the Cape Town Environmental Education Trust