Why are we doing this?
Both species of rhino are classed as critically endangered and face threats including illegal poaching and habitat changes.
The African black rhino was declared extinct by International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) in 2011 and, sadly, none remain in the wild in West Africa.
With the populations of both species at critical levels, we feel we must play our part in giving these beautiful creatures every chance at surviving and thriving.
Along with other adopters, Ryno’s support funds vital work to train and equip anti-poaching teams, restore fragile rhino habitats and create and extend protected areas. It also supports projects to tackle the illegal trade in wildlife in areas around the world.
Primarily serving the decking and paving industries, Ryno’s roots began more than 25 years ago. Based in Ellon, Aberdeenshire, Ryno provides intelligent decking and paving solutions to architects, developers, merchants, and contractors throughout the UK and around the world.