SAVE THEM ALL
Every 7 Hours a Rhino is Killed
ESTIMATED IN NUMBERS
RHINOS POACHED YEARLY
ORPHANS LEFT BEHIND
LIVES TO BE SAVED
Critical Rescue Operation: Saving a Rhino Calf
THE STORY OF A SURVIVOR
Angel From The Sky – A Helicopter To Save Them All
$5,831.00 of $20,000.00 raised
Every minute counts. We need to find, rescue & care about an rhino orphan within the first 24 hours after a poaching has occured. A dedicated helicopter is imperative for that. Help us to raise the first $20.000 to kick off operations in South Africa. This amount will pay for the helicopter, the pilot & the fuel.
Why We Need to Act Now
RHINOS IN THE WILD MAY FACE EXTINCTION IN THE NEXT 10 YEARS
Rhino calves stay with their mother for 3-4 years
Baby-Rhinos depend on their mother to teach them how to survive and prosper. Female white rhino reach sexual maturity at around 6-7 years and give birth to ONE calf only about every 4 years!! Mother and calf become inseparable, with grazing beginning at about three months and weaning occurring at around one-year-old.
24 hours – that’s all we have to save them
Predators will hunt down and kill baby rhinos – Finding, securing and treating a rhino calf quickly in often inhospitable terrain is a mighty challenge. Off road vehicle capability is vital but more important is airborne support in the form of helicopters. Help us to safe them – Now! Or never!
Rhino Orphanages – love & care they deserve
Traumatized and badly hurt need our help – Baby rhino need the same level of attention as a human child. That first acceptance of the bottle rather than mum’s natural milk is critical. Twenty-four hour care for days on end. Treating trauma and wounds that are still relatively little understood by vets. One hour at a time. Hour after hour.