Rangers

&

Rhinos

Shoulder to Shoulder

Our unique opportunity and responsibility

More than 75% of the world’s rhino population lives in South Africa and there are thought to be approximately 3,000 black rhino left in the country.

 

A highly significant portion of that number, (200 individual animals or 6% of the total population), live in the Eastern Cape’s Great Fish River Valley within Kwandwe Private Game Reserve and the neighbouring Great Fish River Reserve. The numbers demonstrate the importance of this region in black rhino conservation and highlight our unique responsibility.

Join the Fight

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The Fight of 

 Their Lives 

Our Unique Opportunity and Responsibility

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Black Rhinoceros

(Diceros bicornis)

Critically Endangered (IUCN Red List)

Total Population 

2017 official estimate

5,366 / 5,627 

South African Population

2017 official estimate

2,046

Approx. 80% of total population.

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White Rhinoceros

Ceratotherium simum 

CRITICALLY ENDANGERED (IUCN Red List)

South African Population

15,625

2017 official estimate

Approx. 80% of total population.

Total Population 

17,212 / 18,915

2017 official estimate