Rhino conservation botswana gives wild rhinos a fighting chance

Across Africa, rhinos are fighting for survival. Botswana could be their last haven and final hope. Rhino Conservation Botswana (RCB) is working to increase and protect populations of black and white rhinos in Botswana. On behalf of the Botswana government, we are keeping these precious animals safe for future generations. With your support, we can help rhinos to beat extinction.

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We are exhausted. In collaboration with government, Rhinos without Borders and Wilderness Safaris, RCB has just completed a large operation to dart and tag previously untagged wild rhinos in the Okavango Delta.

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Find out more about what RCB is doing to protect rhinos and celebrate everything our partners have achieved so far. Meet our passionate team and find out why Botswana is perfect for black and white rhinos. 

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Learn more about the poaching crisis and why rhinos are being killed for their horns. Plus, find out more about these incredible animals and learn how to track rhinos from the monitoring team.

If things go on as they are, rhinos will be extinct by 2024. Knowing we are protecting animals that are so rare and precious creates a sense of deep responsibility in all the RCB team. Yet it also gives us great satisfaction to know that what we’re doing is not just important for rhinos, but for the whole of mankind.”
— Map Ives