Today, despite unspeakable losses to poaching, there are more black rhinos in Zimbabwe's Lowveld today than ever before.
(But we can't let our guard down if we hope to save this critically endangered species!)
The International Rhino Foundation works closely with Zimbabwe's Lowveld Rhino Trust to protect threatened rhinos in the Bubye Valley and Save Valley Conservancies. Combined, the Lowveld conservancies cover more than 1.6 million acres and are home to 370 black rhinos - nearly 90% of the national population. In fact, these represent the only viable black rhino populations in the country....
Via Wildlife Margrit