Rhino campaigners spearhead exercise on local reserve to improve monitoring amid renewed poaching pressure

Now they are collared and secured

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With increasing focus on the role of private game reserves to protect dwindling rhino numbers, Nelson Mandela Bay conservation organisation One Land Love It (Olli) funded another successful rhino-collaring exercise on a reserve in the region.

The exercise on the reserve, which is not being identified for security reasons, prefaced the government’s release on Sunday of a long-awaited report on the management of elephant, leopard, lion and rhino. ..

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