A few of the Rhinowarriors were privileged to visit Care For Wild Rhino Sanctuary. In short the sanctuary cares for calves that have been orphaned by savage poaching attacks.
Many of these calves bare the physical and mental scars of the incidents that left them orphaned, but the good people of Care for Wild have created a safe environment for rehabilitation and release into safe reserves in future.
Please help us support their cause and gi
Care For Wild Rhino Sanctuary
A clinically run safe establishment.
The scars from a poachers axe.
This Rhino was next to its mothers carcass and lost its ears in an attempt to fend off hyenas.
Four day old calf being hand reared. Not a poaching orphan but rejected by the cow. Follow the story a #careforwild
ve these beautiful animals a chance at survival. Care For Wild relies on donations and sponsors to keep the Sanctuary afloat. Every penny is dedicated to security, and health of the orphans. #careforwild#careforwildrhinosanctuary
Field Guides, conservationists and managers of the Sabi Sand, spend their every day protecting, conserving and imparting knowledge about the majestic Rhino species.
Now they are running for them as well!
In partnership with the Sabi Sand Wildtuin Nature Conservation Trust and its saving Rhino Project, our warriors are taking part in the upcoming Toyota Warrior Race. #warrior4
The objective is to raise awareness about the plight our rhinos, to raise funds to aid in protecting them and to have one hell of a fun time!
By supporting this initiative you can assist the Sabi Sand to sustain and improve their successful anti poaching model.
4 days to go until the big race… watch our warriors hard at work! Thanks so much to everyone who has supported us so far Anyone else wanting to donate, you can do so here: https://www.givengain.com/cc/rhinowarriors/
27 – 28 May #Warrior4 – Kwanyoni Nelspruit Mpumalanga