There are so many excellent organizations and individuals doing wonderful work on behalf of the five living species of African and Asian rhinos, not only in the 16 Range States, but all over the world. Some of these are large and global in their reach and influence, while others are small, focused, and act locally. All are indispensible to the wellbeing and survival of rhinos.
In assembling a website such as Rhino Review we have dug deeply into the great wealth of data and knowledge that these organizations and other specialists have amassed and shared via their own websites and publications. We acknowledge with gratitude this wide-ranging body of knowledge; particularly from the following organizations
Updated date:August 19, 2019
David Yarrow was born in Glasgow, Scotland in 1966. He took up photography at an early age and as a 20-year-old found himself working as a photographer for The London Times on the pitch at the World Cup Final in Mexico City. On that day, David took the famous picture of Diego Maradona holding the World Cup and, as a result, he was subsequently asked to cover the Olympics and numerous other sporting events. Many years later Yarrow established himself as a fine art photographer by documenting the natural world from new perspectives and the last nine years
have been career defining.
Gerald van der Walt
Gerry van der Walt is a specialist photographic guide, educator, public speaker and co-founder of Wild Eye.
By combining a passion for nature photography and more than 15 years of experience as a field guide and lodge manager in various wildlife reserves throughout Africa Gerry’s goal is to not only assist people, whether through teaching them new skills or pushing them creatively, in capturing the beauty of nature but also to create an awareness of the fragile balance that exists in nature.
Gerry believes that his photography speaks for itself and his goal is to keep on creating images that will keep an awareness of our planet’s natural heritage in people’s minds.
At the same time, through the various Wild Eye safaristhat he helps conceptualize and host, Gerry aims share the privilege of being out in the unspoiled wilderness area that Africa is so well-known for.
Through his company, Wild Eye, Gerry has created has created a vehicle which merges the raw beauty of traveling in some of the world’s most spectacular wilderness areas with the ability to not only capture these moments on camera but also teaching and inspiring people along the way.
Gerry looks forward to changing the way you see the world.
Robin Moore is a Scottish-born photographer and conservationist currently based in Washington, DC. He is Senior Director of Digital Content with Global Wildlife Conservation, a Senior Fellow of the International League of Conservation Photographers, and represented by National Geographic.
Robin got his PhD in biodiversity conservation from the University of Kent before swapping calipers for camera and using photography and visual storytelling for conservation.
Robin believes that more than more data, we need new narratives that place us as part of, not separate from, the rest of nature. He has used visual storytelling as his tool to challenge prevailing narratives and offer new ones. In Jamaica Robin joined local partners to shine the spotlight on the imminent threat of a massive transshipment hub that would rip apart the country's largest protected area. In a David and Goliath story, they went up against a $1.5 billion deal - and won, in an exhilarating win for conservation and local communities.
Ross is a South African working as a field guide and content creator for Singita Game Reserve. He spends most of his days in an open aired Land Rover in the bush capturing the every mood of the wildlife that encompasses the 8,000 hectare land. Ross has been fortunate to have many of his photos feature in both national and international publications and when you don’t find Ross on game drive during work days - you will find him on a game drive on his time off.