The Khama Rhino Sanctuary Trust is a community based wildlife project, established in 1992 to assist in saving the vanishing rhino, restore an area formerly teeming with wildlife to its previous natural state and provide economic benefits to the local Batswana community
through tourism and the sustainable use of natural resources. Today it is home to over 30 white rhino and 2 black rhino as well as a wide array of other wildlife which have settled naturally or been translocated in. These include zebra, blue wildebeest, giraffe, eland, springbok, impala, gemsbok, kudu, steenbok, duiker, red hartebeest, waterbuck, warthog, leopard, ostrich, African wild cat, caracal, small spotted genet, black-backed jackal, bat-eared fox, and brown hyena. Over 230 bird species have also been identified here including Abdim’s stork and bearded woodpecker.