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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Rampfy the pangolin - the pangolin diaries
12 Aug
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The Pangolin Diaries – Part 2

Following Part 1 of our pangolin diaries we started the story of pangolin survivor Rampfy – the first of four pangolins whose rehabilitation will be sponsored by The Boucher Legacy. Now in part 2 of our story Rampfy continues to get healthier and more playful before being released back into the wild. Alexis Kriel, Director […]

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12 Aug
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The Pangolin Diaries – Part 1

As a follow on from our story on the plight of the pangolin we are pleased to share with you the story of pangolin survivor Rampfy whose recovery has been managed by the African Pangolin Working Group and the Johannesburg Wildlife Veterinary Hospital (JWVH) . Rampfy is the first of four pangolins whose rehabilitation will […]

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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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