Our Vision is to Connect creation through preventative conservation – for rhino and those who directly protect them.
Our Mission is to convey our passion for our heritage – our endangered rhino – in such a manner that the success stories of great conservationist can be told within private rhino ownership, this is achieved by involving the public directly, giving first hand experiences and giving them the education tools to take ownership of our wildlife heritage.
Latest Blog Posts and Articles
Patrolling in Africa, especially South Africa and the Limpopo Bushveld can be magical, but always has unexpected surprises, like one night, just around midnight when no one knew where to run. During full moon weekends, we as normal public members support private rhino owners in attending to their farms, helping with patrols, securing fence lines and monitoring their rhino. ... Read More
This week we are kicking it off with an awesome sighting we have had in the last few weeks, involving the rhinos. This one was during our afternoon drive. We’d checked for signal and it looks like the rhinos are all together or at least very close to each other. We get to the area to find old straight... Read More
I once had a very angry, but mostly very sad rhino owner phoning me. A rhino calf has been butchered by poachers, but survived the ordeal. The calf was being taken care of by his owners and very well experienced vets. This rhino owner asked me, “What do you know of what we must go through, we don’t sleep... Read More
Sitting around a campfire, getting ready for a midnight patrol, a young boy of about 11 years asked me: “What does Shinkwe mean?” To get to my answer I must first explain how I and this young boy mutually agreed about the meaning. Around January 2016 a cow on this specific project of “Renostermaan” (Rhino Moon) was shot by... Read More
As some of you know, our area has been plagued with numerous poaching undertakings these past few months. In some cases these poachers have been successful and in others we have succeeded in interrupting their plans. With every event we have been able to gather much needed information by working together with the community and other parties that share... Read More
Wat ‘n ongelooglike ervaring om deel te wees van iets wat so groot impak op jou siel kan laat. ‘n Vriendin van my het my voorheen vertel van hulle ongelooflike ervaring tydens ‘n Renostermaan dat ek nie twee keer daaroor gedink het om te gaan toe sy my uitgenooi het na die Augustus Vrouemaan Renostermaan (wat ‘n mondvol, maar... Read More
Bags are packed and we are on our way to our first Renostermaan in the Mpumalanga province, it started on the 30th of March, Fortunately I have met the owners of this Beautiful rehabilitation centre and had the opportunity to see this establishment beforehand Driving into the main Gate, the view of Rolling hills and mountains surround this pristine... Read More
It’s a long long road….but we ladies are overflowing with excitement for the unknown, a few hours later we arrived safe and sound… Upon early arrival of the first team of ladies and a short meet and greet, accommodation allocations were given and time to settle in. One of our regular “Renostermaners” sponsored a load of Lucerne for the... Read More