Tumani is now part of the global eastern black rhino population, her genetics ensure diversity for the future, and she is an ambassador for her species. That’s why we created this campaign, to give hope to her critically endangered relatives who number less than 800 worldwide.
We want you to know that you’re making a difference! For every dollar you spend at Blank Park Zoo, a portion is donated to rhino conservation in the wild. Together we can save rhinos!
Participate in our #OneMoreRhinoBPZ Collage Details below:
Take a selfie sporting the #OneMoreRhinoBPZ on your palm (or on a sign) by our rhinos, at home with your family, be creative!
Color the rhino coloring sheet, write #OneMoreRhinoBPZ somewhere on it, and take a selfie holding that. Click here to download the sheet.
Fill out a brief questionnaire and upload your photo below!
Want to learn more about rhinos and how to save them? The links below provide the info!
International Rhino Foundation
Eastern black rhinos, like our Tumani, are critically endangered totaling 800 worldwide. While they face many unique challenges so do the other species of rhino. If you would like to learn more about the individual species, their challenges, or you want to help make a difference visit IRF at www.rhinos.org to learn more.
The Blank Park Zoo is involved in AZA’s SAFE program, which allows for all AZA accredited zoos and aquariums to work together to save species on the brink of extinction. The SAFE initiative focuses on saving ten different endangered species: black rhinos, like our Tumani, as well as cheetahs, gorillas, sharks, and more! If you would like to learn more about the animals or help, please visit http://azaanimals.org/savingspecies/ for more details.