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Notice of Annual General Meeting The Hornless Rhinoceros Book Join Director Clare Campbell on the trip of a lifetime! Happy Birthday to Us! Annual Report 2012-2013 Notice of Annual General Meeting Poacha Poacher Operation Aceh Adopt a Sumatran Rhino for Mum this Mothers Day! Sumatran Rhino Numbers Plummet to below 100 – Species on the brink of extinction Greater One Horned Rhino population increasing in Kazaringa National Park depsite poaching RARE BAGS donates another conservation bag for fundraiser! Enviroprint donates brochures to ARP Trip of a lifetime to see Asia's Big 5! Indian rhino dies in Kazaringa Critically endangered Sumatran Rhino to receive artificial insemination Wildlife Protection & Community Outreach Research & Captive Breeding 100 more guards, 200 rifles to protect Kaziranga park Two rhinos found dead in Kaziranga Vietnam snubs SA on key rhino poaching agreement Rhino killed, forest guard injured in Kaziranga ARP Constitution Download Pamplets and Posters World Rhino Day 22nd September 2012 Javan Rhino Mini-Quest Photos prove rare Sumatran rhino is still alive Rhino calf dies as mother leaves for mating Past Events YABI Badak Indonesia Board Meeting YABI Badak Indonesia Board Meeting Travel Reports Asian Rhino Specialist Group Asian Rhino Specialist Group Global Propagation Management Board "Rhino Conservation: Educational Tool Kit” Publishing Project Strengthening conservation measures of Greater one-horned rhino (Rhinoceros unicornis) in Orang National Park, Assam, India Genetic census of Greater One-horned Rhino in Gorumara National Park, West Bengal, India Camera Trap Surveys Javan Rhino Study and Conservation Area (JRSCA) Non Invasive Genetic Study for Javan and Sumatran Rhino within Indonesia Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary Updates Non Invasive Genetic Study for Javan and Sumatran Rhino within Indonesia Way Kambas National Park Endangered Megafauna Inventory & Ecological Study An Evening with the Asian Rhino Project- Sydney It's a boy!!!! Birth of Baby Rhino Represents Hope for Species Survival ARP's new Grant Application Guidelines Grant Application Guidelines Translocated Rhino Killed by Poachers Javan rhinos now safer under closer scrutiny Poachers Kill Kaziranga Rhino Rhino Population Increases throughout India Wildlife Asia Population of Greater One Horned Rhino Increasing 152 Forest Camps inside Kaziranga National Park More Rhinos Moved to Manas National Park Wildlife Asia Walkathon- the Asian Rhino Project collaborates to raise money for endangered species Four rhinos set off for Kaziranga First Indian Rhinoceros born in captivity in Spain Rhinos bound for Manas Stray rhino rescued from quicksand Two rhino poaching bids foiled Pregnancy at the Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary! Latest Addition to Malayasia's Borneo Rhino Sanctuary offers hope Events 5 Rhino Calves Photographed in Ujong Kulon National Park Search on for Sumatran Rhino No Rhino Poached in 2011 Rhinos given fake horns- 22 Dec 2011 Capture of rare rhino gives hope for species 1 in 4 mammals are at risk of extinction Greater One Horned Rhino Programs India & Nepal Sumatran Rhino Programs Indonesia Javan Rhino Programs Indonesia Asian Rhino Project Newsletters Current Projects Conservation Partners Contributors how to contact us Survey of Rare Javan Rhinos Finds Few Females Vietnam loses fight to save its rare Javan rhinos after last animal believed poached for horn Spurt in Rhino Poaching at Kaziranga Merchandise Assisting the ARP Spread the word Help Raise Funds Become a member Adopt a Rhino Your ARP Team Links How you can help About The Asian Rhino Project Sumatran Rhinoceros "Asian Two-Horned Rhinoceros" (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis) Javan Rhinoceros - "Asian Lesser One-horned Rhinoceros" (Rhinoceros sondaicus) Greater One Horned Rhinoceros - "Asian Greater One-Horned Rhino" (Rhinoceros unicornis) Past Projects News Donate Raising awareness and support for the three Asian Rhino species Asian Rhino Species

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Notice of Annual General Meeting



Notice is hereby given for the 12th Annual General Meeting of




To be held on Saturday 29th October, at 2.30pm in the Lecture Theatre at Perth Zoo

20 Labouchere Rd, South Perth, WA


Read more >> Added: Mon Oct 2016 Relating to: All Species

The Hornless Rhinoceros Book

ARP is pleased to support Robin W. Radcliffe in a children's book venture, 'The Hornless Rhinoceros'. 10,000 copies of the book have been distributed free of charge to Indonesian children living close to Javan rhinos in Ujung Kulon National Park and Sumatran rhinos in Way Kambas National Park. The children of Indonesia represent the future change in beliefs and attitudes towards rhinos, and the book program hopes to improve the future for both Javan and Sumatran rhinoceroses, as well as for their closest friend and ally, the people of Southeast Asia. ARP has some of these books available for purchase for $25. 

Read more >> Added: Mon May 2015 Relating to: Javanese Rhino Sumatran Rhino

Join Director Clare Campbell on the trip of a lifetime!

There really is nothing like giving back. That’s right, in this specially crafted expedition you will visit the habitat of five of Indonesia’s highly endangered animals – Orangutan, Silvery Gibbon, Sun Bear, Rhino and Elephant - and by doing so help protect their environment for generations to come.

The National Park parks and Sanctuaries we will visit are home to many rare and interesting species, But it is the set of 5 species - Rhinos, Orangutans, Gibbons, Elephants and Sun Bears - that we are directly supporting that we come here to visit. The sheer presence of these magnificent animals will provide a life changing experience. We will see both wild and rehabilitated animals and have the opportunity to be educated by resident experts about all the various species we visit.

The expedition is conducted by Garry Sundin whose Orangutan Odysseys travel agency has already helped 200 people experience the trip of a lifetime and has raised over $250,000 for wildlife conservation. The expedition is accompanied by Clare Campbell, the Director of Wildlife Asia who has extensive experience in the conservation of wildlife in Indonesia, particularly gibbons and rhinos. Clare will provide expert commentary and interpretation of the wildlife projects.

To find out more visit http://www.orangutanodysseys.com/wildlifeasia/ 

Read more >> Added: Thu Dec 2013 Relating to: Sumatran Rhino

Happy Birthday to Us!

Read more >> Added: Sat Nov 2013 Relating to: Sumatran Rhino

Annual Report 2012-2013

We hope you enjoy reading our annual report for projects undertaken in the last year. 

Read more >> Added: Tue Sep 2013 Relating to: All Species

Notice of Annual General Meeting



Notice is hereby given for the 9th Annual General Meeting of




To be held on Sunday 15th September, at 2pm in the Lecture Theatre at Perth Zoo

20 Labouchere Rd, South Perth, WA

Afternoon tea will be provided immediately after the meeting.

Friends and family welcome.

Read more >> Added: Mon Aug 2013 Relating to: All Species

Poacha Poacher

Read more >> Added: Sun Aug 2013 Relating to: All Species

Operation Aceh

Read more >> Added: Fri May 2013 Relating to: Sumatran Rhino