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Namibia urges members not to engage in Unethical Hunting.

THE global movement against trophy hunting has forced trophy hunters to adapt in order to make this industry sustainable.

This was said by the outgoing Namibia Professional Hunting Association (Napha) president, Kai-Uwe Denker at the annual general meeting of the association where he urged in his report that trophy hunters should do...
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One More Rhino baby left orphaned because of Human Greed..

On Saturday evening The Rhino Orphanage received a female white rhino calf, about 2 months old.
Her mother was poached a few days before she was found. Her name is 'Nandi' which means love. She drank her milk straight away on Saturday night and is still drinking well and eating dry food. She's a little rhino with a big attitude and...
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Today we were able to collect some of the Ranger uniforms that were purchased with kind donations from the public. We are close to being able to supply everything they need.. Thank you to all who have been instrumental in making this possible. To help, go to:
I hold that, the more helpless a creature, the more entitled it is to protection by man from the cruelty of man.
~ Mahatma Gandhi

To help us care for these babies left behind, you can make a donation at:
Rhino Orphan Support:
Our final purchase & subsequent delivery of desperately needed items for 2016 is underway for The Rhino Orphans. You can make a real difference by opening your heart and donating at: wildheartwildlifefoundation.org/index.php/how-can-you-help

We will be collecting some of the Anti Poaching Ranger uniforms tomorrow for the men who protect our Rhinos.

Items that we still...
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Today is International Cheetah Day..
With fewer than 10,000 remaining in the wild, they have sadly become Africa’s most endangered big cat.

“International Cheetah Day serves to remind us that the cheetah, like all wildlife, is a treasure of our planet. Wildlife enhances our landscapes and can support livelihoods when utilised in a sustainable manner,” said Dr. Marker of CCF (cheetah.org)...
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Thula and Nenkani enjoying some teff and lucerne at The Rhino Orphanage.

Thula is recovering well from a bullet wound from a poacher who killed her Mother. After this traumatic ordeal these babies remain incredibly resilient and with the caregivers help will hopefully have a bright future.

Those wishing to help with the costs involved in caring for the orphans, you can make a donation at:
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Saving our Rhinos is possible. This "Strong Hold" or "Safe Haven" featured in this video (published in April 2016), has been established in South Africa where these majestic animals and other wildlife can roam free, fully protected from poachers, and without having to be de-horned.

More of these areas can be, and need to be established, all we need is the "available, proven technology" along...
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Leopards one step closer to endangered list.

Africa's leopards are one step closer to the protection from trophy hunting as the US Fish and Wildlife Service has announced that all leopards may qualify for “endangered” status under the Endangered Species Act.

The decision comes in response to a legal petition submitted in July 2016 by The Humane Society of the United States, Humane Society...
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Six Anti-Poaching Rangers who are starting work protecting Rhinos at the Orphanage this month need our help. we need to supply these brave men with uniforms.
Below is a detailed list of the items we need to purchase.. To help with the cost, go to the link below & use APU as your reference.
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California court upholds ban on state ivory and rhino horn trade

The Los Angeles Superior Court has upheld California’s ban on trade in ivory and rhino horn, rejecting claims that the ban was unconstitutional. The Ivory Education Institute – a group promoting ivory use – challenged the law in 2015.

The Natural Resources Defense Council, the Center for Biological Diversity, The Humane Society...
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Illegal ivory trade on the rise across the world

An ETIS report has found that the number of countries implicated in the illegal ivory trade has grown almost fourfold.

The 28 countries most responsible for the deaths of African elephants have been revealed in a new report, although other major offenders avoided censure because they failed to provide information or seize any ivory.

In the...
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Six Anti-Poaching Rangers whose training has been paid for are starting work protecting Rhinos at the Orphanage this month, 'BUT HAVE NO UNIFORMS'! Please share,We need them by the 15th Dec.
We need to help these brave men who will be putting their lives on the line for our wildlife by supplying their uniforms. Below is a detailed list of the items we need to purchase.. Please help if you can...
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Not to hurt our humble brethren is our first duty to them, but to stop there is not enough. We have a higher mission -- to be of service to them wherever they require it.
- St. Francis of Assisi

An increasing number of African elephants are now born tuskless because poachers have consistently targetted animals with the best ivory over decades, fundamentally altering the gene pool.
In some areas 98 per cent of female elephants now have no tusks, researchers have said, compared to between two and six per...
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Rhino horn smuggling probe..

THE Namibia Airports Company is investigating how a Chinese national carrying 18 rhino horns went through the security points at the Hosea Kutako International Airport.

28-year-old Ye Zhiwei was arrested at the OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg, South Africa on Wednesday while on his way to Hong Kong. NAC spokesperson Dan Kamati last week said...
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Gauteng: Yesterday, 28 November 2016, members of Krugersdorp SAPS acted on information about a suspects dealing with Rhino horns at Elma Street, Florida. Members proceeded to the suspect's residence. Upon receiving permission to search the house, no Rhino horns were found. However, members were informed that the suspect threw the Rhino horns into his neighbour's yard. The suspect was arrested...
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