24 Feb
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The Boucher Legacy

Mark Boucher and Ally Hewitt sat down to chat about the start of The Boucher Legacy in 2012, the organisation’s big goals for 2020 and why it is vital that we all work together to bring more awareness to the problems faced by conservationists.

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rhino poaching statistics
18 Nov
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The latest rhino numbers 2019

A new report from the International Rhino Foundation gives insight into the real numbers of the world rhino population over the last decade.

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Dr Sam Ferreira - Helping SANParks track rhino - The Boucher Legacy
25 Sep
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Helping SANParks rangers

Tracking and protecting rhinos in SANParks South Africa is home to the majority of rhinos left in the world and they are under constant threat from poachers. Despite the concerted efforts of conservationists, poaching is still increasing. The Boucher Legacy is dedicated to the protection and conservation of rhinos in South Africa which is why […]

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17 Jul
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Caring for Orphaned Rhino

Every rhino is valuable, so it is vitally important that they are all protected. Rhino orphanages bring many benefits, perhaps most obviously in their key animal welfare and husbandry role. Every year that the poaching crisis continues, brings us closer to a tipping point where the number of rhinos being poached outnumbers live births. It […]

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23 May
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Living with rhinos

This article was taken from Michelle Sole’s blog about her experience at the Rhino Orphanage in 2015: Poachers often target female rhinos as they tend to have larger horns than males (males wear their horns down when fighting). The majority of the time an adult female has a dependant calf with her and if she […]

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