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It’s time to take real action. It’s a widely known fact that rhinos are on the brink of extinction – but not if we have anything to say about it.

The Rhino Momma Project is a non-profit organisation that’s made a significant impact in not only protecting our rhinos, but also growing the rhino population. Since purchasing our first rhino in September 2011, we’ve made it our mission to help save this magnificent species from extinction by breeding as many rhinos as possible, all in an effort to repopulate Namibia and Africa with rhinos. This is no small task, but with your help and support we can turn back the clock and protect one of our continent’s most precious wildlife species.

Our Rhinos

Ordelia

DOB: 30.01.2021

Female Mother Robyn Ordelia is a very confident, independent young lady with a will of her own. She doesn’t let anyone tell her what to do and when fun parties are being held, Ordelia is the one taking charge. She loves roaming around on the reserve in search of new friends and maybe a snack…

Zendaya

DOB: 23.01.2021

Female Mother Kasandra Looking for a singing sensation? Then Zendaya is just the rhino for you! Her sassy personality and gorgeous looks are just some of the traits that will win your heart over! Zendaya is only 4 month old, but she sure has the reserve at her feet! She’s got talent, she’s got style…

Orion

DOB: 19.01.2021

Male Mother Emma Orion is our Superstar! Literally! Given his name, he has a sparkling personality, his shiny skin, from all the mud baths have all our visitors loving him to bits! He makes friends so easily and loves hanging out with all the other new members on the reserve! His mother, Emma, is teaching…

Apollo

DOB: 17.01.2021

Male Mother HelgaWelcome to this great big world, Apollo! Apollo is a little giant on the reserve! He loves playing rough with anyone who is up for a challenge! At only 5 months, he is a strong creature, ready to play in the mud together with all the other new baby rhinos. If you would…

Talli

DOB: 07.01.2021

Female Mother Amarula Meet the most amazing African unicorn on the reserve! Talli, is the hero of the reserve! She is famous on the reserve for her superpowers to always make the other rhinos feel loved and special! Now, it would be great if you could be her hero by sponsoring her health and growth…

Serge

DOB: 22.12.2020

Male Mother Diana Our beautiful boy Serge and his mom Diana are so healthy and excited for the adventures ahead! This strong boy is making friends on the reserve, all the while roaming for some tasty treats to nibble on!

Jabari

DOB: 16.12.2020

Male Mother Juliette Jabari, our brave boy! Deriving from the Swahili word brave, Jabari is ready to conquer the reserve! No matter your size, Jabari is always ready for fun and games! Nothing can scare him away, not even a mouse! This big boy is ready for adoption! Make his dream come true and help…

Amara

DOB: 09.12.2020

Female Mother MariaThis gracious baby girl likes taking a stroll on the reserve, blessing everyone on the reserve with her presence. Amara, means Grace and this little girl is all that! Her kind heart and loving nature leaves everyone special and appreciated. If love and grace are one of your core beliefs, make her dream…

Zues

DOB: 20.11.2020

Male Mother SaharaWhat a big name for this big giant! Zeus, almost like the real sky and thunder god, is a strong, courageous creature! His proud temperament and muscular looks would have you falling for him in no time! Born on 20 November 2020, this rhino is almost 6 months old. Who knows what this…

Nina

nina

DOB: 07.11.2020

Female Mother Red Rock Nina is our little Afrikaans girl! Her mom, Red Rock, the energized female has Nina up and about and they are running the reserve! Nina likes to dance around on the reserve, make new friends and show off her good looks to everyone! All she needs, is a loving sponsor to…

How you can help

There are only two Northern White Rhinos left on the planet. Both female. If poaching continues at its current pace the Southern White Rhino will join them at the brink of extinction in our lifetime.

90 of the estimated 21 085 Southern White Rhino left, call Rhino Momma Project home. Here our main purpose is to grow these population figures by providing the best environment, feed, security and veterinary services rhinos need to flourish.

What's hapenning

A small gesture from Rhino Momma Project to Save The Rhino Trust

SRT currently have Rangers at 6 different roadblocks all around the Kunene region to help curb rhino poaching.  Rhino Momma Project would like to show their support and gratitude to SRT by donating soft drinks to these Rangers who are spending their Christmas time protecting our wildlife.  We appreciate your hard work and dedication and…

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DRC rhino translocation – Offloading rhinos (4#4)

18-19 August 2018, two very special days for Wildlife Vets Namibia. We did our first rhino translocation by plane… And even more special, it was the first re-introduction of rhinos into the western part of the DRC! Since 2017 Wildlife Vets Namibia (Ulf and Wicus) have been involved in a major wildlife reintroduction project to…

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DRC rhino translocation – Flying rhinos (3#4)

18-19 August 2018, two very special days for Wildlife Vets Namibia. We did our first rhino translocation by plane… And even more special, it was the first re-introduction of rhinos into the western part of the DRC! Since 2017 Wildlife Vets Namibia (Ulf and Wicus) have been involved in a major wildlife reintroduction project to a…

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DRC rhino translocation – Transporting rhinos (2#4)

18-19 August 2018, two very special days for Wildlife Vets Namibia. We did our first rhino translocation by plane… And even more special, it was the first re-introduction of rhinos into the western part of the DRC! Since 2017 Wildlife Vets Namibia (Ulf and Wicus) have been involved in a major wildlife reintroduction project to a…

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DRC rhino translocation – Capturing rhinos (1#4)

18-19 August 2018, two very special days for Wildlife Vets Namibia. We did our first rhino translocation by plane… And even more special, it was the first re-introduction of rhinos into the western part of the DRC! Since 2017 Wildlife Vets Namibia (Ulf and Wicus) have been involved in a major wildlife reintroduction project to…

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