Namibia’s wild rhino have a chance for survival if the local people simply do not tolerate poaching, if rhino become more valuable alive than dead – through employment and tourism. This has been at the heart of Namibia’s conservancy programme which has contributed to keeping poaching at bay in the past two decades.
But Namibian rhinos are again under siege.
Continue reading “Community Rhino Conservation – TOSCO Supports Rhino Rangers”
On 06 July the Puros lion rangers sent this report on Rosh’s death to TOSCO:
“Dear TOSCO Team
We had a terrible incident where we discover that Rosh was shot to death. Rosh was born in September 2004 at Uniab river and then move to Hoanib river where he spent time with the lioness of the flood plain and Okongue pride. Continue reading “The Case “Rosh” – Lions and Responsible Tourism”