Today is World Rhino Day.
Rhino are some of the most iconic animals on Earth. Join us to help spread awareness by celebrating World Rhino Day.
World Rhino Day is a day of awareness for all five rhino species and the work being done to save them. Since 2011, World Rhino Day has been celebrated internationally on September 22nd – this year is the 10th anniversary!
All the species of Rhino are on the edge of extinction all because of poaching, destruction of natural habitat and climate change.
This year, the theme of this international event is ‘Keep The Five Alive’, for the black, white, greater one-horned, Sumatran and Javan rhinos.
It was first started by World Wildlife Fund-South Africa in 2010. However, it was in 2011 the event got international recognition when Lisa Jane Campbell of Chishakwe Ranch in Zimbabwe and founder of Annamitici joined hands with creative director Rhishja Cota to create large-scale awareness to protect the species.
Save the Waterberg Rhino
Free Rhino Edu-tainment Booklet
Save the Waterberg Rhino has produced this booklet to help share important information about rhinos, endangered species and the importance of their habitats.
Rhino like many species in the world are facing many threats and if we do not look after and protect these animals there is a chance that they could go extinct within our life time.
Rhino and other wildlife need our help if they are to survive into the future. And while it’s good to look after nature and wildlife because we should as they have a right to live on this planet just as we do but also because humans depend in many, many ways on these animals and nature for everything we need in life as you will learn in the book.
With information, impact and activity sections this booklet has something for everyone. Suitable for children, teachers, parents and adults. Older children can go through the book themselves while parents and teachers can take younger children through the booklet. Click link below to access the booklet.
And please share this with as many of your contacts as possible. Great for children, grandchildren, nephews and nieces.