The Horn competition

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Our new website was launched one month ago and we would love to have your feedback. What do you think of the new design? Are there any sections that you like / dislike? What content are you most interested in?

Let us know by posting your comments below. The first 10 helpful comments will receive a free cotton shopper bag so get scribbling! Please leave your email so we can get in touch if you are a lucky winner.

8 thoughts on “The Horn competition

  1. i think this website is fantastic. the badge is great as it helps people to come to your website and help save a rhino. i am such a big fan of rhinos the i bought the hat and i wear it to the zoo so the rhinos know i care about them. i have toys and ever since i discovered this website i am happy to find out how the rhinos are doing. i am most intrested in the news because the comments are great and everyone else can see what you have said. i love all the sections they are great and intresting to look at.

    thank you,
    your sincerely,
    Amy Carter 😀

  2. I love the site design, good colours, easy to read and simple to navigate. It would be great to have a forum page, especially considering the depth of supporters views and ideas at the Rhino Mayday today. Perhaps a link from the Thorny Issues to the forum so that views could be expressed and discussed? Keep up the good work.
    Andrew

  3. This site is brilliant I am doing a project at school about endangered animals and I chose the rhino because its a very interesting specie. The web page has helped me gather important infomation about why rhinos are getting extinct I love this website thanks!!!!!!!!!

  4. I Really like the design of your new website. I think it is wonderful what you are doing for the rhinos. You should also have a look at myrhino.co.za they have over 200 different designs of rhinos by artists and famous designers. Alternatively have a look at rhinoparade.com, similiar to the cow parade concept but with Rhinos.

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