What PARCA and our partners are currently doing
PARCA has built and will continue to build partnerships with other like-minded conservation groups in Africa, all working with one single goal in mind: to protect these amazing animals and their habitat.
We will continue to build partnerships with people and organizations doing work that includes moving rhinos, caring for victims of poaching and / or their orphans, and supporting rangers. There is much work to be done. We invite you to join us and thank you for caring.
We are particularly proud of our first partnership with Great Plains Conservation. We formed in large part because of that partnership and we support their joint Rhinos Without Borders program that moves rhinos out of high poaching areas to areas of safety. PARCA is thrilled to share that we have now funded the move of a 2nd rhino through Rhinos Without Borders. “Liberty” will join “Franklin” and the rest of the Rhinos Without Borders-released rhinos in 2018!
We are also proud to have supported The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust located in Kenya. They have a long history of rhino conservation and we are proud to support their aerial unit whose work includes anti poaching efforts and early warning for veterinary ground teams.
PARCA’s work in 2019 will include supporting the monitoring of the translocated rhinos in Botswana and supporting the care of orphans whose moms were victims of poaching at Care for Wild Rhino Sanctuary in South Africa. We look forward to keeping you informed about our work and thank you for your support!