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The young calf was darted, rescued and immediately placed on a drip, then loaded onto the trailer and he began his journey to safety
At the end of 2018 a very young, female white rhino calf was spotted running around on her own in the Kruger Park. Rangers were alerted.
Mayar, meaning moon glow, was rescued on the 7th of June 2019 from the Greater Kruger area
Zac was found beside his recently poached mother in the Kruger National Park.
A black rhino cow was found shot in the Kruger NP. Rangers and vets flew over the carcass to see if there might be a calf nearby.
She was 18 months old, and in good condition. The following day, she was eating and drinking water from a trough, so her blindfold came off
When a 38 year old white rhino cow, was poached on a private reserve, she left a terrified five month old calf who fled from the poachers and into the bush.
A park veterinarian darted the orphan from a helicopter and then Care for Wild transported her to the sanctuary
As part of a relocation project in the Kruger National Park, Badger was separated from his mother. They were reunited after much difficulty but sadly little Badger was chased by hyenas and lost his mother again.
When Fern arrived at Care for Wild, she had multiple wounds on her legs as a result of being alone in the bush for weeks after her mother was poached.
Arthur is called Arthur the brave for good reason.