Elephants

Geeta's female calf, our 100th recorded calf in the Amboseli baby boom.
25th April 2012 by Vicki Fishlock
Elephants are capricious. In fact, I’m beginning to suspect that after 40 years, the Amboseli elephants might well Read more »
Confronted with trophy hunting, poaching, abduction from the wild for the exotic
18th April 2012 by Jeffrey Flocken
Spain's King Juan Carlos is facing criticism for taking a hunting trip in Botswana, reportedly costing $56,000, during Read more »
What went through the King’s mind when he first saw an elephant in the wild?
18th April 2012 by Jason Bell
The recent news of the King of Spain, Juan Carlos, having hunted an elephant in Botswana’s Okavango Delta region, is Read more »
Kenya Wildlife Service complete historic elephant collaring in Tsavo National Pa
17th April 2012 by Steve Njumbi
Two weeks ago nine elephants were successfully fitted with satellite-radio tracking collars in Kenya’s vast Tsavo East Read more »
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