Living with Orphaned Rhinos

Make a difference by joining our Living with Orphaned Rhinos program where you will be responsible for hand rearing and rehabilitating baby orphaned rhinos. Volunteers will get a chance to help with rehabilitation work including feeding, treatment and care for the rhinos. They will also help with the other animals at the centre including giraffe, wildebeest, waterbuck, kudu and additional primates.

Have you ever wondered what happens to rhino calves who’s mothers have been killed by poachers? The rate of rhino poaching in South Africa is rapidly escalating, leaving behind many orphaned calves. This has created a real need for a facility that provides specialist care for the traumatized and injured infant rhinos.

The Living with Orphaned Rhino program allows you to do just that! As a volunteer you will focus on hand rearing, veterinary care, nutrition and the rehabilitation of rhino calves whose mothers have been killed by poachers. Spend your time caring for rhino calves as well as other wildlife species such as giraffe, wildebeest, waterbuck, kudu and primates. Join our experienced team and help these rhinos until they can be released onto safe reserves.

 


 

 

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