Behati Prinsloo (@behatiprinsloo) has joined forces with Save The Rhino Trust (@savetherhinonamibia) to raise awareness for rhino conservation. She is launching a global campaign and has ventured to Namibia this month, entrenching herself in its movement to protect the critically endangered black rhino species and preserve the population.
“Namibia is my home. It’s the secret jewel of Mother Africa. It’s also
one of the most amazing places in the world, and the rhinos contribute to this sense of wonder. I grew up there and it is where my parents still live so this cause is very close to my heart. The opportunity to come home to see what is happening, to meet people caring for orphaned black and white rhinos, and to work with the trackers, rangers and communities to raise awareness is very important to me. Someday, I want to take my children to experience these animals in the wild. They’ve inspired us for generations; it’s on us to help them now.” – Behati
Save the Rhino Trust (www.savetherhinotrust.org) is a Namibian
registered charity (W.O. 53) that works to protect and monitor the unique
desert-adapted black rhino of the Kunene region in north-western Nambia.
This unique population of rhinos are among the last truly wild rhinos on earth - they are the only rhinos surviving on land with no formal protection, and constitute the largest free-ranging rhino population in the world, roaming across common, unfenced land.
Save the Rhino Trust urgently needs your support to fund essential monitoring and proactive measures to protect the desert-adapted black rhino. You can donate securely through Just Giving from all over the world to help protect this unique and irreplaceable animal.
Please note, Just Giving donations will be sent to Save the Rhino Trust via Save the Rhino International (www.savetherhino.org), a UK-based charity and a major funder of Save the Rhino Trust.