Elephants are migratory animals that follow ancient routes seasonally to find water and food even in times of drought or scarcity. But if habitats and migration routes are not secured, elephants won’t have the land they need to survive.
IFAW protects elephant habitats. We demonstrate a comprehensive approach to habitat conservation. This work includes engaging local communities in an attempt to reduce poaching and human-wildlife conflict, providing training and equipment to wildlife rangers and establishing migration corridors for elephants.
Read more about our projects: Kenya’s Amboseli, Tsavo and Meru National Parks, India's Manas National Park, elephant corridors in India and Liwonde National Park in Malawi.