White Rhino’s Rehabilitation At Moholoholo

Moholoholo Rehabilitation Centre began in 1991 when a game farm owner and wildlife enthusiast Brian Jones decided to care for a crowned eagle which is an endangered species. Shortly after, a baby zebra was brought in who needed care, and Jones soon began the centre to care for injured, abandoned and poisoned animals with hopes of rehabilitating them and releasing them safely back into their natural habitats. The nonprofit organization now not only cares for a variety of wildlife including lion, cheetah, leopard, hyena, zebra and vultures, it also breeds endangered species such as the crowned eagle to get their numbers back up in the wild.

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