The Wilderness Safaris Wildlife Trust supports a wide variety of approximately 30 projects annually in southern Africa, within the categories of wildlife management, research and monitoring, and community empowerment and education. These projects address the needs of existing wildlife populations, seek solutions to save endangered species and provide education and training for local people and their communities.
For more than 20 years, the goal of the Wilderness Wildlife Trust has been to make a difference to Africa, her wildlife and her people.

“The relocation will involve a high level of security during the operation, and after the release of the rhino. We are extremely grateful for the ongoing support of our sponsors including RHINO FORCE via their beaded bracelets, to ensure the ongoing success of this project. We are very confident that these animals will settle well and breed, given that the habitat is perfect for black rhino,” says Wilderness Safaris Group Conservation Manager, Mr Kai Collins.