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Jan30

At What Price?

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At What Price?

It is said that a single rhino horn can fetch up to US$1000000. With odds like that, it seems that the promise of such outrageous fortune renders all attempts at saving this rhino's life, futile. Other drastic measures such as dehorning is a consideration but could have a negative effect on this male's ability to mate.    

Jan30

Smuggler Proofed

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Smuggler Proofed

The entire process takes approximately twenty minutes to complete. Before administering the antidote to the tranquiliser to revive the animal an x-ray is taken of the horn to demonstrate the efficacy of this measure.    

Jan30

Desperate Times. Desperate Measures.

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POACHERS BEWARE!

Desperate Times. Desperate Measures.

In the wake of the mass slaughter of rhinos in 2011, Inverdoorn stepped up security with 24-hour-patrols on foot, by vehicle and helicopter, sparing no expense to protect their animals. To date these measures have spared Inverdoorn the senseless loss of their rhinos to this epidemic of greed. However, just days after South African National Parks reported that 405 rhinos had been poached in 2011; two more rhinos were attacked at a...

Jan29

It Takes A Team

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It Takes A Team

It Takes A Team... of skilled veterinarians and rangers to dart and capture a large animal such as a rhino. Once all necessary precautions are taken to reduce any stress to the animal a cavity is drilled into the horn. The horn is made up of keratin fibres that are devoid of nerve endings. It is therefore not painful for the animal.    

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Reservations & Info

Inverdoorn Game Reserve

 

112 LOOP STREET 8001
CAPE TOWN SOUTH AFRICA

Tel:  +27 (0)214 220 013
Fax: +27 (0)86 719 71 58

Mail: info@inverdoorn.com

Meet The Team

  • Meeting the Volunteers: Kirsty Woodhead

    Meeting the Volunteers: Kirsty Woodhead

    Before meeting Kirsty Woodhead, I knew that she had South African roots and was curious to hear her accent. Having moved to Canada at a young age, she has lost her accent and laments this...

  • Meet the team: Baptiste Rezé

    Meet the team: Baptiste Rezé

    The staff at Inverdoorn has unique and diverse personalities but one thing that brings and keeps them together is the love and passion they have for wildlife and conservation. Baptiste...

  • Meet the Team: Elise Bouyer

    Meet the Team: Elise Bouyer

    The Staff at Inverdoorn is diverse, unique and talented, but one thing that we cannot forget is their passion for wildlife conservation. Let’s meet Elise Bouyer (22), Marketing...

  • An American in South Africa

    An American in South Africa

    My name is John McIlvaine and I am from Seattle, Washington, USA. This is my second trip to South Africa to do volunteer cheetah conservation work, but this is my first time at...

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Contact Infos

Inverdoorn Game Reserve

112 LOOP STREET 8001
CAPE TOWN SOUTH AFRICA

Tel:  +27 (0)214 220 013
Fax: +27 (0)86 719 7158

Mail: info@inverdoorn.com

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