conservation, research, education, endangered species, poaching, human animal conflict, northern white rhino, rhinoceros, extinction, sudan, ol pejeta conservancy
"I believe Sudan's legacy is for us to open our eyes and see the reality of what extinction is," says James Mwenda, Rhino Caregiver at Ol Pejeta Conservancy. James Mwenda first met Sudan in 2014 when he joined the team at Ol Pejeta. His four-year journey with Sudan, the last male northern white rhino, transformed him into an ambassador and a global voice for rhinos. In this testimonial, he recounts Sudan's legacy and how it impacted his life. You can learn more about the Black Rhinoceros and the White Rhinoceros in our online Field Guide.