Rhino Rescue: Behind the scenes at filming
Natural World's cameras filmed as rhinos took to the skies in a daring rescue mission.
A flying rhino
Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Reserve, South Africa, has a daring plan to save rhinos from poachers.
Lifting a rhino
The aim is to move a whole population of the animals to a secret location.
Filming a rhino move
The BBC's Natural History Unit travelled to the park near Durban, to record the operation.
Producer Jo Scofield and cameraman Ralph Bower record rhino ranger Bom Ndwandwe.
Ian Player, world-renowned conservationist
Dr Player spearheaded a project in the 1960s that saved the white rhino from extinction.
Jed and Bom
Jed Bird, head of rhino capture, and Bom Ndwandwe, the head rhino monitor.
Lowering a rhino
A typical white rhinocerous weighs 1,440 to 3,600kg, about the same as two cars.
The game reserve is KwaZulu-Natal's largest, and Africa's oldest proclaimed natural park.
Taking refuge from a rhino
Tough protection measures have saved the rhinos, but poachers present a continuing threat.