Spotlight Amboseli: studying elephants is my dream job

My fascination with elephants goes back as far as I can remember. To become a research associate studying Amboseli’s elephants and working with consummate experts like Cynthia Moss is the realization of a life-long dream.

There are few things as relaxing as spending time with a peacefully foraging elephant in the quiet of an Amboseli afternoon,

Watch this video to learn why I love elephants and I am so grateful for International Fund for Animal Welfare supporters that make my research in Amboseli possible.

--VF

Comments: 2

 
Donna Reynolds
1 year ago

Wow. Concise, eloquent, informative talk by Vicki.
"this is what normal elephants would do..."
"valued for being alive.."
Thank goodness for IFAW and ATE's work for the understanding and hence protection of the most grand animals walking on the Earth.

 
Anonymous
1 year ago

Keep up the good work Vicki, everybody who loves elephants would like to be with you.

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