100% of all funds raised goes directly to in situ conservation projects, conserving four species of rhino, their habitats, and hundreds of other endangered plants and animals. BFR helps preserve the black and white rhino in Africa and the Javan and Sumatran rhino in Indonesia. In 1997, “BFR” again expanded their funding efforts to include Bukit Barisan Selatan National Park (BBSNP). This is a 3,568 square km protected area on the southwest side of the island of Sumatra. Asian elephant, tiger, clouded leopard, Malayan sun bear, Indian wild dog and a substantial number of the estimated 200 Sumatran rhinos live within this park. $25,000/ year is needed at BBSNP to provide additional patrol stations, patrol equipment and training of park guards in anti- poaching skills.