Progress on the Matabo Fence Project

Last year Save African Rhino Foundation has helped support the Matobo Fence Project bydonating $20,ooo to them, who have recently seen some dramatic progress. This project was designed to help the remaining wildlife population including the region’s last population of white Rhino from human encroachment and activities such as overgrazing, poaching and accidental bushfires.

Matobo National Park boasts a high biodiversity and is the site of Cecil Rhodes grave who designated the area a National Park due to its exceptional natural beauty and was desginated a UNESCO heritage in 2003. They are currently seeking more funding to help build vital fencing for the area, a truly needed investment to help protect the area’s wildlife from destructive human activities.

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