Remembering Rhinos
By Wildlife Photographers United

Remembering Rhinos was the follow up to the hugely successful Remembering Elephants and the second book in the Remembering Wildlife series. Once again it is a charity book full of images donated by many of the best wildlife photographers in the world including Steve Winter, Frans Lanting and Marsel van Oosten, which was fully funded via a hugely successful Kickstarter campaign, raising £103,000. All profits from sales are donated to rhino protection projects, with over £200,000 distributed so far.

100% of profits from the sale of each book goes directly to conservation projects
Contributing Photographers

Neil Aldridge, Theo Allofs, Andrew Aveley, Daryl Balfour, Stephen Belcher, Will Burrard-Lucas, Marina Cano, Ayesha Cantor, Mark Carwadine, David Cayless, Vladimír Čech Jr., Peter Chadwick, Marius Coetzee, Shem Compion, Alain Compost, Keith Connelly, Rob Cottle, Ross Couper, Willem Dekker, Peter Delaney, Michel Denis-Huot, Anja Denker, Mark Dumbleton, Morkel Erasmus, Denise Eriksson, Paul Goldstein, Chris Grech, Jan van der Greef, Todd Gustafson, Hilary Hann, Roger Hooper, Britta Jaschinski, Brendon Jennings, Frans Lanting, David Lloyd, George Logan, Piper Mackay, Thomas Mangelsen, Johan Marais, Mike Muizebelt, Elliot Neep, Heinrich Neumeyer,Nick Newman, Hilary O'Leary, Marsel Van Oosten, Pete Oxford, Richard Peters, Michael Poliza, Isak Pretorius, Margot Raggett, Gurcharan Roopra, Angie Scott, William Steel, Jonas Stenqvist, James Suter, Greg du Toit, Marlon du Toit, Steve & Ann Toon, Hendri Ventner, Federico Veronesi, Tom Way, James Warwick, Shannon Wild, Steve Winter, Art Wolfe

The first edition of Remembering Rhinos book launched on 30th October 2017. Order your copy now and help support the plight of these beautiful animals.

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