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

The Rescue of Mohan the Elephant: How the “Unluckiest Elephant in the World” Became the Luckiest Elephant of Them All : Part 2
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The Rescue of Mohan the Elephant: How the “Unluckiest Elephant in the World” Became the Luckiest Elephant of Them All : Part 2

Mohan is now experiencing a freedom unlike he has ever known before. He surrounded by the love and kindness from the humans who rescued him, “Mohan’s FREEDOM Team,” at the Elephant Care & Conservation Center . And he knows that, in time, when he has started to heal (he is physically quite fragile & of … Continue reading

And They Laced Up Their Walking Shoes in Support of Our Elephants … : 2016 Global March For Elephants & Rhinos in Las Vegas, NV USA
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And They Laced Up Their Walking Shoes in Support of Our Elephants … : 2016 Global March For Elephants & Rhinos in Las Vegas, NV USA

    Boots, sneakers, sandals, slides; all kinds of shoes ( & humans wearing them 🙂 ) turned out for the Global March For Elephants & Rhinos in Las Vegas this year. Some may even say that elephant shoes played a part in the trek down Las Vegas Boulevard. For those in the know, a … Continue reading

National Elephant Appreciation Day 22 September 2016
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National Elephant Appreciation Day 22 September 2016

What Would We Do Without Elephants?     As we honor our pachyderms on this day, National Elephant Appreciation Day, we must remain steadfast in our efforts to save elephants from extinction.       We must remain steadfast in our efforts to put an end to the abuse inflicted on our elephants held in … Continue reading

Sound the Trumpets For Our Elephants! Over 145 Cities Plan Global March For Elephants and Rhinos on Saturday 24 September 2016
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Sound the Trumpets For Our Elephants! Over 145 Cities Plan Global March For Elephants and Rhinos on Saturday 24 September 2016

  Let the march begin! Help save our elephants from extinction by joining a GMFER (Global March For Elephants And Rhinos) in a city near you this week. This year’s GMFER was planned to coincide with the CITES CoP17 2016 World Wildlife Conference in Johannesburg, South Africa.         “Around 100 elephants and 3 rhinos … Continue reading

Have We Failed Our African Elephants? : Grim News as the Great Elephant Census Reveals Less Than 350,000 African Savanna Elephants Remain in the Wild Due to POACHING
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Have We Failed Our African Elephants? : Grim News as the Great Elephant Census Reveals Less Than 350,000 African Savanna Elephants Remain in the Wild Due to POACHING

Worse Than Expected Numbers of Savanna & Forest Elephants Left in the Wild Project: the Great Elephant Census Place: The continent of Africa Purpose: To count all of the Africa’s elephants (African Savanna Elephants & African Forest Elephants) by Air over the course of 2 years People: The team was comprised of scientists (90) & … Continue reading

Rare Forest Elephants’ Image Captured on Tree Cams Brings New Hope For The “Critically Endangered” Species’ Survival in Troubled South Sudan, Africa
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Rare Forest Elephants’ Image Captured on Tree Cams Brings New Hope For The “Critically Endangered” Species’ Survival in Troubled South Sudan, Africa

It had not been discovered until a six-month long study released by Fauna & Flora International this past month. Captured on cameras attached to various trees, in a 3000 mile expanse of the Central Africa forest, these tree cams (“remote sensing cameras aka ‘camera traps’”) have brought a beautiful vision into focus. That of the … Continue reading