During an exclusive excursion to the Kruger National Park, Wild went behind the scenes with the heroic rangers and canines waging the rhino anti-poaching campaign. See what it takes to protect South Africa’s critically endangered black and white rhinos.

Spending time with some of the Kruger National Park’s fearless anti-poaching members – rangers, canines, veterinarians, guides and pilots – is an honour. Daily, they put their lives at risk to safeguard Africa’s critically endangered black and white rhinos against the onslaught of poachers desperate for a piece of horn.

But thanks to the continued support of the SANParks Honorary Rangers and a wine brand with conservation at its core, Rhino Tears, the fight is far from over. Wild spent a few days at Kruger’s Mokhohlolo Wilderness Camp to find out how SANParks is defending rhinos on the frontline.

Click here to read more about Wild’s helicopter ride over Kruger, the darting of a young rhino bull and a heartbreaking discovery.