Inverdoorn surviving rhino birth baby now orphaned

The Aquila 24 Hour Rapid Rhino Response team under the guidance of the Saving Private Rhino organisation confirms that the calf that was birthed from the surviving poaching incident rhino is now orphaned and cared for at a Western Cape rhino orphanage. “The mother abandoned the calf during the evening of the day of the […]

Another Rhino Birth at Inverdoorn

In a media statement on 02 May 2022, the Aquila Collection announced the birth of a baby rhino boy from the surviving mother of the December 2021 rhino poaching incident. On Saturday 07 May 2022, the reserve staff were thrilled to discover another addition to the crash. The gender of the calf is still unknown […]

New life at Inverdoorn following horrific poaching incident

Following the tragic poaching incident at Inverdoorn Private Game Reserve in December 2021, a crime that left 4 rhinos dead and a fifth pregnant cow badly injured, Aquila Collection owner, Searl Derman, was excited to make an announcement on 02 May. “I am elated to announce that, not only have arrests been made within days […]