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A huge thank you to our supporters!

16 August 2022

The Rhino Momma Project relies greatly on donations and support, in order to be able to work on our mission – to help save the magnificent rhino from extinction. All of our supporters are playing their role in conservation by helping us fund horn-trimming, anti-poaching equipment and so much more. Our team, and especially our…

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The Rhino Momma Project Company Profile

11 August 2022

The Rhino Momma Project Company Profile is the full guide on all thing Rhino Momma. Here you can read about all of our activities, how our project works, why we started this holistic approach to conservation, and so much more. If you have any questions which the company profile does not answer, please do not…

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

28 December 2018

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)

26 August 2018

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)

25 August 2018

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)

24 August 2018

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)

23 August 2018

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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