Keeping elephants wild: choosing not to intervene in the natural cycle of life

din, 08/19/2014
Keeping elephants wild: choosing not to intervene in the natural cycle of life

Goodness enjoying a mudbath with her newborn close by, March 2014.One of the females from the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) social disruption study in Amboseli National Park in Kenya is missing..

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Chartered flight brings rescued baby elephant “Ntubya” to Zambia orphanage

maa, 08/18/2014
Chartered flight brings rescued baby elephant “Ntubya” to Zambia orphanage

"Ntubya" being fed in her travel crate as she arrives at Lilayi Elephant Nursery.Last Wednesday, an 18-month-old elephant calf, named “Ntubya” after the village in which she was rescued, safely arrived safely at the Lilayi Elephant Nursery.

Chartered flight brings rescued baby elephant “Ntubya” to Zambia orphanage

maa, 08/18/2014
Chartered flight brings rescued baby elephant “Ntubya” to Zambia orphanage

"Ntubya" being fed in her travel crate as she arrives at Lilayi Elephant Nursery.Last Wednesday, an 18-month-old elephant calf, named “Ntubya” after the village in which she was rescued, safely arrived safely at the Lilayi Elephant Nursery.

Chartered flight brings rescued baby elephant “Ntubya” to Zambia orphanage

maa, 08/18/2014
Chartered flight brings rescued baby elephant “Ntubya” to Zambia orphanage

"Ntubya" being fed in her travel crate as she arrives at Lilayi Elephant Nursery.Last Wednesday, an 18-month-old elephant calf, named “Ntubya” after the village in which she was rescued, safely arrived safely at the Lilayi Elephant Nursery.

Chartered flight brings rescued baby elephant “Ntubya” to Zambia orphanage

maa, 08/18/2014
Chartered flight brings rescued baby elephant “Ntubya” to Zambia orphanage

"Ntubya" being fed in her travel crate as she arrives at Lilayi Elephant Nursery.Last Wednesday, an 18-month-old elephant calf, named “Ntubya” after the village in which she was rescued, safely arrived safely at the Lilayi Elephant Nursery.

Chartered flight brings rescued baby elephant “Ntubya” to Zambia orphanage

maa, 08/18/2014
Chartered flight brings rescued baby elephant “Ntubya” to Zambia orphanage

"Ntubya" being fed in her travel crate as she arrives at Lilayi Elephant Nursery.Last Wednesday, an 18-month-old elephant calf, named “Ntubya” after the village in which she was rescued, safely arrived safely at the Lilayi Elephant Nursery.

Chartered flight brings rescued baby elephant “Ntubya” to Zambia orphanage

maa, 08/18/2014
Chartered flight brings rescued baby elephant “Ntubya” to Zambia orphanage

"Ntubya" being fed in her travel crate as she arrives at Lilayi Elephant Nursery.Last Wednesday, an 18-month-old elephant calf, named “Ntubya” after the village in which she was rescued, safely arrived safely at the Lilayi Elephant Nursery.

On World Elephant Day in India, a “thumbs-up” for the elephants

maa, 08/18/2014
On World Elephant Day in India, a “thumbs-up” for the elephants

Mayukh talking to some of the 250 students the team worked with on World Elephant Day.In the sweltering humid heat of Delhi, Dr Mayukh Chatterjee, Achintya Tripathi and I were back in school. Figuratively speaking that is...