Rhino Recovery

Rhino Recovery is a fundraising group set up in 1998 to help tackle the problems faced by the world's remaining populations of rhino.

RHINO RECOVERY's chief goal is to help keep rhinos in the wild, where they belong.

RHINO RECOVERY concerns itself ONLY with fundraising, NOT campaigning, and the funds raised are used EXCLUSIVELY for the purchase and provision of EQUIPMENT. Ownership is retained where possible, thus enabling us to control, in principle, the manner and location in which our equipment is used. Funds raised are available to rhino projects in both Africa and Asia.

Rhinos in Danger

Rhinos are endangered mainly because they are hunted by poachers for their horns which are used in asian medicine and for ornament. Loss of natural habitat is also an issue. The five species of endangered rhinoceros throughout the world are listed below. Click on the headings for more information on them from Wikipedia.

Douglas Adams Typewriter photo

Galactic Help for Rhinos

Charging hot on the heels of the 2005 movie, an unique opportunity for fans of the Hitchiker's Guide to the Galaxy arrived at Christie's in South Kensington when author Douglas Adams' autographed typewriter came under the hammer in aid of Rhino Recovery.

Nic Davies

Nic Davies

Wildlife Photographer and Conservationist

Rhino Recovery Founder Nic Davies has been working in the fields of wildlife conservation and animal welfare since 1989, and has enagaged in a wide variety of roles including researcher, campaigner, press officer and fundraiser.

He was instrumental in the establishment of the Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society and has since worked both full-time and as a consultant for several organisations including the International Fund for Animal Welfare and the Hebridean Whale and Dolphin Trust.

He is currently engaged in freelance conservation work, including photography and videography, on the Isle of Mull in Scotland.



Contact RHINO RECOVERY : nic@rhinorecovery.org.uk