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Save the Rhino auction – going, going…

Today, 5 September, is your last day to bid – after which we’re closing all the lots. So don’t delay – get your bids in now.

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Save the Rhino auction 2015 begins!

We’re proud to announce the kick-off of the fifth Sporting Rifle auction to raise funds for Save the Rhino and its partner conservancies in Africa

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Capreolus Club launches at Annabel’s

Designed exclusively for deer stalkers and hunters of large game, the London based Capreolus Club hosts a launch party for new members, at the world famous Annabel’s in Mayfair…

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Save the Rhino auction: One week to go!

We are pleased to announce that we have set the final date for bids on the 2014/15 Save the Rhino auction

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More than 1,000 rhino poached in 2013

More rhino than ever were poached in South Africa in 2013, say the latest figures.

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Save the Rhino auction 2013-14: Last chance to bid!

Sporting Rifle’s Save the Rhino auction for 2013-14 is about to end, having raised a five-figure sum already. Check out the amazing lots and get bidding

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Save the Rhino 2013-14 hits five digits

Sporting Rifle magazine’s auction for Save the Rhino has now raised over £10,000.

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Sporting Rifle’s Save the Rhino auction 2013-14

We’re finally ready to kick off Sporting Rifle’s Save the Rhino auction for 2013-14. Check out the amazing lots and get bidding

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RSA backs rhino horn trade

The South African government is backing the legalisation of trade in rhino horn in an effort to stem poaching of the endangered animals. South Africa is home to 90 per cent of the world’s rhino population, and illegal killing is rising toward

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Rhino population decline continues

The African Rhino Specialist Group (AfRSG) has warned that overall population numbers could begin to fall by 2015. So far this year, one rhino has been killed by poachers every 11 hours.

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