Happy World Elephant Day 12 August 2017
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Happy World Elephant Day 12 August 2017

Elephants need us this day, WORLD ELEPHANT DAY (Saturday 12 August 2017), and everyday throughout the year in order to survive. Show your support for our elephants in the wild (stop poaching & stop the illegal ivory trade) and our elephants in captivity (end elephant abuse). Become an elephant advocate.  Become an elephant activist. Become a … Continue reading

Celebrate #WorldElephantDay on 12 August 2017 With The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust Where “Everyday is World Elephant Day @DSWT”
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Celebrate #WorldElephantDay on 12 August 2017 With The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust Where “Everyday is World Elephant Day @DSWT”

With 2017’s World Elephant Day just 2 days away, Elephant Spoken Here would like to feature The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, where “Everyday is World Elephant Day @DSWT“. Words cannot express the gratitude we feel for Dame Daphne Sheldrick and her team for their work in saving the lives of our African elephants (baby elephant orphan rescues).   … Continue reading

Love, Life, and Elephants : An African Love Story by Dame Daphne Sheldrick: Book Review Essay Part 3 : Meet the Elephants!
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Love, Life, and Elephants : An African Love Story by Dame Daphne Sheldrick: Book Review Essay Part 3 : Meet the Elephants!

Meet the First of Many Elephants Who Have Enriched Dame Daphne Sheldrick’s Life IMENTI (p. 288) was the tiniest and most fragile baby elephant as he had just been born that January of 1994 when he was brought to the DSWT. He was “heartbreakingly perfect” with “petal pink ears” and so “trusting and unafraid” of … Continue reading

Love, Life, and Elephants : An African Love Story by Dame Daphne Sheldrick: Book Review Essay Part 2 : What an Enchanting Life!
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Love, Life, and Elephants : An African Love Story by Dame Daphne Sheldrick: Book Review Essay Part 2 : What an Enchanting Life!

What an Enchanting Life Among Our Elephants  cont’d And yet during their life together (David and Daphne) their selfless journey did not go unnoticed. For their life’s work both David Sheldrick and Daphne Sheldrick were honored by the British government with David being “awarded the MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours of 13 June 1959” … Continue reading

Love, Life, and Elephants : An African Love Story by Dame Daphne Sheldrick: Book Review Essay Part 1 : What an Enchanting Life!
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Love, Life, and Elephants : An African Love Story by Dame Daphne Sheldrick: Book Review Essay Part 1 : What an Enchanting Life!

  What an Enchanting Life Among Our Elephants If you have ever wondered what it is truly like to be one with elephants then you need only explore this book. For few of us will ever be able to experience the life of Dame Daphne Sheldrick despite our unending love of elephants. From her birth … Continue reading

Sign The Elephant Charter : Because Our Collective Voices Count
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Sign The Elephant Charter : Because Our Collective Voices Count

Elephant Spoken Here became the 2657th supporter, as an Elephant Friend, to sign The Elephant Charter today. (There are also “signatories” for Elephant Biologists and Elephant Professionals which track their own number of supporters separately.) As a reader of our elephant blog we would like to encourage you to show your support and love for elephants … Continue reading

Earth Day : Our Elephants Belong Here, Too
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Earth Day : Our Elephants Belong Here, Too

They say if one is the “salt of the earth” then one has a “basic, fundamental goodness” compared to those around them. They are humble, yet “representative of the best or noblest elements of society“.   On this Earth Day let us not forget our elephants. If ever a species could be considered “salt of … Continue reading