MORE THAN 5,000 RHINOS HAVE BEEN POACHED IN SOUTH AFRICA SINCE 2010. ONE RHINO IS KILLED EVERY 6 HOURS. RHINOS WILL BE EXTINCT IN THE WILD BY 2024, IF WE DO NOT ACT NOW.

Rhino Encounters

A series of interviews by Wendy Parker from Parker Public Relations capturing personal stories of those who love rhinos.

 


 

cliff rosenberg

24/08/16 | Interview with Cliff Rosenberg, MD LinkedIn Australia, The Australian Rhino Project Ambassador

Born in South Africa, Cliff spent many of his holidays as a teenager at the Kruger National Park. It was there that he fell in love with the rhino and became a passionate photographer as he strove to capture the spirit of the rhino and other wildlife on film.

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allan davies

30/09/16 | Interview with Allan Davies, Co-Founder and Chairman of The Australian Rhino Project

In the 1960s Allan saw 'Hatari', a film about a group of professional wildlife catchers who caught wild animals for zoos across the globe. Captivated by Africa's 'big five', he jumped at the chance work in South Africa where he stayed for several years. Now this youthful fascination has culminated in Allan's involvement in The Australian Rhino Project as both a Founder and Chairman.

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9/12/16 | Interview with Phil Loader, Executive Vice President, Global Exploration, Woodside Petroleum

Having spent much of his working life conducting oil and gas explorations across Africa, Phil became an avid conservationist during his time visiting the Kruger National Park. Even though he has lived in Perth for the last few years, he still spends many of his holidays back in South African and is even building his own lodge in one of the prominent game parks.

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How Can You Help?

You can help The Australian Rhino Project in so many ways. If we are to achieve our goal of having a secure breeding herd of rhinos in Australia, we will require funding, so any donation that you can make will be extremely welcome.

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News & Events

Ray Dearlove Steps Down

28/11/16 | The Australian Rhino Project team and board would like to advise that Ray Dearlove has stepped down from his position on the board and from the operational team of the Australian Rhino Project for personal reasons. Ray will remain a member of the organisation.

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Featured Stories

"Your plan to create breeding herds of rhino in Australia sounds very exciting and I am flattered that you should invite me to support them. I most certainly welcome anything that safeguards the future of African rhinos which are now so desperately endangered. I most certainly wish you every success."     SIR DAVID ATTENBOROUGH

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