Welcome to Midlands Black Rhino Conservancy
Our rhinos are protected by a team of motivated and dedicated Rhino Monitors under the supervision of the Conservator. MBRC is destined to be the next White Rhino Sanctuary.
We use a citizen science approach in collaboration with keen youth from the community, where data is collected by means of camera traps and scat collection.
This project seeks to re-vegetate the mined areas with native vegetation in order to maintain the integrity of the Rhino, Sable and Cheetah prime habitats.
We offer game drives in th conservancy giving you an opportunity to see large herds of sable, kudu, buffalo and other animals.
MBRC has over 200 bird species including the rare ground hornbill. This is due to the availability of a diverse habitat including the lake and many small dams, two major rivers as well as an expanse of a terrestrial habitat.
Midlands Black Rhino Conservancy offers fishing opportunities in Lake Sebakwe and Sebakwe River. We also has at our disposal, the Chitsuwa Dam which is to the northern side of the conservancy. Target species include the bream, the bass, bulldog and catfish.
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