As kids create their art, Fight For Rhinos encourages parents to share history and plight of the rhino. Scan the completed masterpiece and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Fight for Rhinos will then share it. The pages can be found at fightforrhinos.com
Hamilton Zoo will celebrate World Rhino Day on Saturday, September 20 & Sunday September 21.
There is a Meet the Keeper Talk scheduled for Noon. Additionally Hamilton Zoo will offer its popular Face2Face sessions at 1:00PM on Saturday and Sunday. Face2Face allows visitors to meet the Southern White Rhinoceros up close. There is a $15.00 per person charge and 10% of the encounter fee will help endangered animals in the wild through the Hamilton Zoo Conservation Fund.
Although you may make the reservation the day of your visit, space is limited. It is World Rhino Day and there will be extra interest. Wake the kids, call the neighbors and bring your crew to Hamilton Zoo!
Detroit Zoo will celebrate World Rhino Day 2014 on Sunday, September 21.
Enrichment, Keeper talks and biofacts will be given at 11:00AM, Noon, 1:00PM, 2:00PM and 3:00PM as part of the celebration. Detroit Zoo is home to Jasiri and Tamba, a handsome pair of male Southern White Rhinoceroses. Come out and enjoy watching this playful pair celebrate their big day!
Jock Safari Lodge to celebrate World Rhino Day on September 22.
Jock Safari Lodge will donate R500 to the Wilderness Foundation for every booking we receive on the day, between 08h00 and 17h00. Guests booking this must travel by 14th December 2014. Terms & conditions apply. Contact the reservations department to find out more via http://www.jocksafarilodge.com/propertyenquiries.asp?ProjectID=5
Postpone that mani/pedi Rhino fans!Singapore Zoo has a special request of its visitors on Monday, September 22.
To commemorate World Rhino Day visitors are encouraged to donate their nail clippings to a “Jar of Nails” as a gesture of support for conservation efforts. The campaign has been dubbed the,’The Hornest Truth”.
The jar will be available to the public every weekend for the next month until Oct 19, as part of the zoo’s month-long programme to educate visitors on rhino conservation.
The programme will begin on Saturday, Sept 20, with a public seminar on the rhino horn trade at the zoo. There will also be a photo exhibition on the critically endangered Sumatran rhino and educational exhibitions about rhinos during the month.