All Blog Posts for Elephants

A calf separated from his herd was guided toward trumpeting after nightfall.
8th July 2016 Rupa Gandhi Chaudhary
A four- to six-month-old male Asian elephant calf who had been separated from his mother and natal herd was reunited with Read more »
Giving it time: Abandoned or orphaned animals can reintegrate on their own
8th July 2016 Katie Moore
Perhaps you have seen the heart-wrenching video above released recently of the young Asian elephant in India mourning the Read more »
Elephant trophy hunting had been increasing worldwide from 2004 through 2012 (CI
7th July 2016 Jeffrey Flocken
The following piece first appeared as a Scientific American guest blog. –The editors In early June, the Obama Read more »
The intelligence now being shared with KWS officers in the field would be precis
30th June 2016 James Isiche
Recently, I visited Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) headquarters to hand over more equipment to KWS under our tenBoma Read more »
The female elephant was found in the Bokakhat forest beat of Kaziranga NP with i
30th June 2016 Rupa Gandhi Chaudhary
The mobile response team of IFAW-WTI’s Wildlife Rescue Center responded to an adult female elephant in distress on the Read more »
Wanted – Dead or Alive: Exposing Online Wildlife Trade found more than 30,000 en
28th June 2016 Tania McCrea-Steele
I have been lucky enough to see wild white rhinos in the bush of Kruger National Park, where I was awestruck by their Read more »
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