At Rockwood, we hand rear orphaned newborn rhinos. This is a critical step in preventing rhino extinction because every rhino born adds to their dwindling numbers. They need ongoing care and observation, and we love them like our children. We even bottle-feed them every two hours — these little guys drink up to 25 litres of milk a day!
Wouldn't it be great to not have to save wild rhinos?
On average in South Africa, one wild rhino is killed every day. Except at Rockwood Conservation. For the past six years, we haven’t had a single poaching incident.
Our unique aggressive conservation method includes state-of-the-art security, a successful breeding programme, and a team of passionate rangers with one goal: prevent wild rhino extinction.