Wildlife Prince Harry hangs with baby rhinos on African Conservation Trip

Prince Harry has only been away for six weeks, but the fifth-in-line to the throne is looking different in appearance

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Prince Harry was pictured wearing a beard while working with conservation efforts in Namibia after completing his 10-year-long career in the British military.

He paid a private visit to Klulula Care for Wild, a rhino conservation site in South Africa. Khulula's manager, Petronel Nieuwoudt confirmed to PEOPLE that Prince Harry visited the center, along with Earl Grosvenor.

The Prince was sported on for the first time since  the Queen's birthday parade in June.

The visit forms part of Harry's three-month-long trip to Africa working on various conservation projects, protecting Africa's natural heritage and supporting wildlife and local communities, which will take him to Namibia, South Africa, Tanzania and Botswana.

"He cares as much about these rhinos just as we all do," Anna Ryan, a University of Richmond student who is volunteering at the center, said of Harry's visit. "It was just incredible."

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