Black Mamba Anti-Poaching Unit Gets Involved

Black Mamba Anti-Poaching Unit now involved at all levels of Rhino Conservation

Rhino Revolution is excited to welcome two ladies from the Black Mamba Anti-Poaching Unit to the Rhino Revolution Rehabilitation Centre. They will be protecting and caring for the orphans in the facility.

A special thanks to Craig Spencer, Managing Director of Transfrontier Africa and co-founder of the Black Mamba Anti-Poaching Unit for making this happen.

"It is exciting that we can provide assistance in the security and general duties for the rhino orphanage. This is a contribution from Balule Nature Reserve and the Black Mambas will have a permanent presence at your facility to assist with both security needs as well extra hands for your needs. We understand that the facility is funded by donations and that we have a duel responsibility for the rhino calves that have been placed in your care".

"The Black Mamba project is partly funded by the Extended Public Works Programme, and co-ordinated through the Kruger to Canyons Biosphere Reserve, and we are proud to partner with your facility to expand the knowledge and expertise of the Back Mamba ladies."

"I am very excited by this partnership as it feeds into our objectives of building relationships between the local communities and conservation bodies within the K2C biosphere. Furthermore, how better to develop a love and compassion for the rhino amongst our local communities?

~ Craig Spencer
Black Mamba Anti-Poaching Unit