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SOS Rhino : Borneo : Collaboration
 

Collaboration

 
SOS Rhino is committed to extending it's available resources of funds, talent, technical know-how and technology with other groups and conservation organizations around the globe. Here is a list of some of the organizations and institutions that have worked with SOS Rhino.

International Programs

  • Malaysian government and the Sabah Wildlife department. JABATAN HIDUPAN LIAR (Sabah wildlife department) The Sabah Wildlife Department (aka Jabatan Hidupan Liar (JHL), a governmental agency responsible for the wildlife in the Malaysian state of Sabah. This department separated from the forestry department over a decade ago to ensure maximum protection of wildlife with reduced conflict of interest. The department built facilities at Sepilok in the late 80’s that resulted in the first breeding between pairs of rhinos. They later received GEF funding for survey work in Sabah and later hosted the first population viability assessment for the Sumatran rhino in 1995. The wildlife department has been working with SOS Rhino and WWF since 2000 with an increased focus on the Sumatran rhinoceros.



  • United States Fish & Wildlife Service


  • World Wildlife Fund for Nature (WWF):: US & Malaysia SOS Rhino and WWF have agreed to collaborate in working toward the common goal of wildlife conservation in Sabah, Borneo, Malaysia, in particular the Sumatran rhinoceros and Asian elephant. The collaboration will include joint training, the sharing of information, equipment and staff resources, and the exchange of regular progress reports and communications. Learn more about WWF project…….

  • Singapore Zoological Gardens and the Singapore International Foundation SOS Rhino and the Singapore Zoo (SZG) are raising funds for the building of an SOS Rhino research station at Tabin, Lahad Datu. Together with Singapore International Foundation (SIF) volunteers, SZG has agreed to help SOS Rhino build the research station for rhino scientists and researchers. After the completion of the station, the volunteers from both Singapore Zoo and SIF will assist SOS Rhino field staff during a rhino survey in Tabin Wildlife Reserve.

  • Wildtrack
    Wildtrack's mission is to develop and apply non-invasive and objective censusing and monitoring techniques as a fundamental resource for wildlife conservation. Their footprint identification technique and others can provide accurate and objective data to monitor endangered species. SOS Rhino is working with Wildtrack and our Science Director, Dr. Petra Kretzchmar, is listed as one of their research collaborators.

    Zoo Negarar

  • South Africa
  • Zoo Outreach - India
  • Hiroshima Zoo
  • Kyoto Zoo
  • Osaka Zoo
  • Zoo Negara
  • Night Safari

 

Zoos and Wildlife Conservation Organizations

  • Bronx Zoo
  • Brookfield Zoo
  • Cincinnati Zoo
  • Columbus Zoo
  • C.R.E.S.
  • Detroit Zoo
  • Henry Vilas Zoo, Madison, WI
  • Kansas City Zoo
  • LA Zoo
  • Milwaukee County Zoo
  • North Carolina Zoo
  • Oklahoma City Zoo
  • Pittsburgh Zoo
  • Sedgwick County Zoo
  • San Diego Zoo
  • St. Louis Zoo
  • Tampa Zoo
  • Wildlife Conservation Society
  • Zoo Atlanta

  • AAZV
  • AZA
  • AAZK
  • Asian Rhino Specialist Group (AsRSG) International Rhino Foundation
  • African Rhino Specialist Group (AfRSG)
  • Rhino Taxonomic Advisory Group
  • CBSG
  • Black Rhino Foundation
  • Rhino Trust/Bowling for rhinos

Corporations & Sponsors

  • Handspring, Inc. The Handspring Foundation has awarded SOS Rhino with 25 Visor Deluxes, for use in our Sumatran Rhino Project, Borneo. These visors will help our field staff with tracking rhinos in Tabin Wildlife Reserve. Learn more about technology……

These major cable networks have aired PSA's on local and international television. They have increased public awareness and identity of this unique rhino, particularly in Malaysia.

  • Hallmark Entertainment
  • Animal Planet

  • RhinoSkin - by Saunders

Saunders donated 25 RhinoSkin RhinoPak 3000 protective cases for handheld organizers . Sauders is the manufacturer and marketer of the RhinoSkin brand of protective PDA cases. The RhinoSkin RhinoPak 3000 Cases will be used to hold and protect Handspring Visor PDAs (provided by Handspring Foundation), equipped with Magellan's GPS companions along with other equipment. The Borneo Team uses Cybertracker software (provided by Cybertracker), linked with the GPS to collect data on their PDAs on the critically endangered Sumatran rhino and its habitat in Borneo.

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