Southern Africa Bush Tails

Saving the World, One Black Rhino at a Time

Wilderness Safaris has just completed the largest ever translocation of black rhino to Botswana. So happy Independence to the rhino that will now be roaming freely and safely through the Okavango under the watchful eye of the Botswana Defence Force.

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This has been a partnership with the Botswana, Zimbabwe and South Africa governments, Botswana Defence Force, donors, partners etc…so many unsung people with one goal – to help these black rhinos back to a place where we know they will be safe and breed!

If you take one sound bite away with you this weekend, take this:

* This is the largest ever cross-border relocation of black rhino! …the single most important conservation action that we’ve collectively been involved in the history of Wilderness Safaris

For a personal account of the latest translocations, please read Map’s blog: http://www.wilderness-safaris.com/blog/posts/saving-the-world-one-black-rhino-at-a-time

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