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jOIN US IN THE oLLI #JOINTCUSTODY SCHOOL RHINO CHALLENGE

We invite schools nationally and internationally to join together and collaborate in 
supporting initiatives to protect and rehabilitate rhino calves orphaned by poaching.  
 
Care for Wild Rhino Sanctuary is in need of our support and together in partnership
we will be raising funds for them through this #JointCustody challenge.

 

We also want to encourage our children to be conservation minded and bold action takers never underestimating

the difference they can make - in this case, contributing to our natural heritage and conservation landscape!

 

We ask for two outcomes:
Material generated by your pupils to populate your page on OLLI’s website – artwork / creative writing / etc
A donation for Care for Wild Rhino Sanctuary raised through the children’s efforts to support the challenge to
move from “caring to doing” and physically make a difference to sustaining the rhino calves represented
 
Let’s teach our children that together we will make a difference!

 "We are the first generation to know we are destroying our planet
and the last one that can do anything about it."
Tanya Steele - WWF UK Chief Executive
 
There are many ways to be involved and we welcome the opportunity to
chat further to your school in this regard or send through the relevant information.
Contact Nikki Bolton to find out more or to get involved: nikki@oneland.co.za  

 

GET INVOLVED AND MOVE FROM CARING TO DOING!


“In the end, we will conserve only what we love;
we will love only what we understand and
we will understand only what we are taught.”
Baba Dioum – Sengalese Forestry Engineer
 
Extinction cannot be our legacy!
#JointCustody

 

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“In the end, we will conserve only what we love;
we will love only what we understand and

we will understand only what we are taught.”


Baba Dioum – Sengalese Forester and Engineer

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Our 20 rhino orphans from Care for Wild Africa

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GREY

Grey Junior School

Collegiate Junior School

 

Grey was found by members of the public close to Pretoriuskop camp in the Kruger National Park. Kally Ubisi, section ranger, called in the help of Don English and Dr Louis van Schalkwyk...

 

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LOFO

Victory Christian Academy 

 

Lofo arrived at Care for Wild Rhino Sanctuary after his mother was brutally killed by poachers. The 8-month-old calf was found in the Satara region of the Kruger National Park after roaming...

 

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WYNTIR

Woodridge Preparatory School

Eden College

 

Wyntir was only 2 months old and weighed 107kg when she arrived at Care for Wild Rhino Sanctuary. She was found near Kingfisher Spruit, north of Talamati Bush Camp after her mother...

 

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RIVER

St Mary's Diocesan School for Girls

Selborne Primary

 

River arrived at Care for Wild Rhino Sanctuary after she was orphaned when poachers killed her mother. She was only a month old, very small and alone in the bush. Hyenas and lions attacked and wounded her on her rump.

 

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TWINKLE

Clarendon Park Primary School

 

Twinkle was an Easter weekend rescue. She was found in the Satara area of the Kruger National Park after her mother was killed by poachers. She arrived at Care for Wild Rhino Sanctuary, stressed and terrified. 

 

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TANA

Durban Preparatory High School

 

Tana arrived at Care for Wild Rhino Sanctuary when she was about 2 months old. She weighed about 140 kg and was in shock. After her mom was poached, Tana was found wandering the wilderness...

 

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SATARA

Satara came to Care for Wild Rhino Sanctuary from the Nwanetsi area of the Kruger National Park. Her mother was poached. She was the first orphaned baby rhino to be rescued from the KNP. 

 

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VENUS

Venus’ mother was poached in the Kruger National Park when she was about three months old. When she arrived at Care for Wild Rhino Sanctuary she had a very badly injured foot...

 

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SOPHIA 

Greenwood Primary 

Sophia was one of the most physically injured and emotionally traumatised calves to ever arrive at Care for Wild Rhino Sanctuary.

 

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MABUSH

Mabush was spotted by rangers in the Pretoriuskop region of the Kruger National Park while they were searching for poachers. When the vets arrived on scene, they found Mabush had been at his mom’s carcass for two days...

 

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TIMBI

Timbi is a much beloved rhino. She arrived at Care for Wild Rhino Sanctuary whenher mother was shot in the Timbavati Nature Reserve bordering on the Kruger National Park. She was around 5 months old.

 

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DON

Don was orphaned when his mother was poached in the Kruger National Park. He was very young and suddenly alone and terrified. He went in search of shelter and protection and approached a grey-coloured...

 

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RIBBON 

Cotswold Primary School 

Members of the public noticed a very young, female, white rhino calf running in the bush on her own near the Jock Safari Lodge and alerted the Kruger National Park Rangers. She is estimated to be around two months old.

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manji

Manji arrived at Care for Wild Rhino Sanctuary when his mother was killed by poachers in the Manyeleti area bordering the Kruger National Park. He was flown in by helicopter, still pink and no...

 

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Blossom 

On Saturday 29th June 2019, Care for Wild Rhino Sanctuary received notification that a calf estimated to be between the ages of 6-8 months was on the way from Shiphampanane, Kruger National Park.

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forrest

Forrest arrived at Care for Wild Rhino Sanctuary when he was five months old. His mother was poached in the Sabie Sands Nature Park, which borders the Kruger National Park.  Forrest is known as “the sweet one”...

 

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Benjamin

In the late afternoon of Friday 12th October, CFWRS received notification that a young male rhino calf was on the way from the Malalane area of the Kruger National Park. Twenty minutes later SAN Parks pilot Brad Grafton, landed the helicopter...

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FAYE

Field Rangers in the Skukuza section of the Kruger National Park saw a badly injured rhino and reported it.

It was impossible to save her. Her baby that was still suckling had to be airlifted...

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MARCULES

Marcules is a black rhino. This makes him important as black rhinos are critically endangered. He was abandoned by his mother in the Kruger National Park. He was rescued by Dr Markus Hoffmeyer (after whom Marcules is named) and was taken ...

 

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LEO

A female rhino was shot in the Orpen area of the Kruger National Park and shortly after this discovery, a rhino calf ran to the Timbavati area. The helicopter was called in and a male rhino calf was slung...

 

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