Black Rhino, one of 4,000 remaining in the world. Black Rhino Camp is part of the only area to see these animals in their free and natural habitat_Desert Rhimo Camp.
Tensey on the move_Desert Rhino Camp
The trackers photograph the rhinos to verify their identifications. Part of Save The Rhino Foundation_Desert Rhino Camp.
Black Rhino at Desert Rhino Camp. Each rhino, 17 in 1.4 million acres, is identified by certain characteristics. Safe The Rhino Foundation has the largest data base in the world on this highly endangered specie_Desert Rhino Camp.
The landscape at Desert Rhino Camp is austere, punctuated by occasional springs and grass areas_Desert Rhino Camp.
800-mm close up view of the black rhino--Desert Rhino Camp
Employed by Save The Rhino Foundation, these trackers identify and rhino in the 1.4 million acre concession_Desert Rhino Camp
Desert Rhino Camp
One of many desert adapted animals at Desert Rhino Camp
Endemic to gravel plains and arid shrubs
Agains the lunar landscape of Desert Rhino Camp_Desert Rhino Camp