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Elephant sanctuary tours make outstanding choices for responsible tourist activities. Spending time with elephants located in a healthy location and being next to these vulnerable animals as they engage in normal behavior will be a lot of fun and gratifying.

Behind the scenes in the restaurant kitchen that feeds the National Zoo’s residents

Original source from here: https://insider.si.edu/2018/06/the-zoo-guide-to-fine-dining/

Behind the scenes in the restaurant kitchen that feeds the National Zoo’s residents

Original source from here: https://insider.si.edu/2018/06/the-zoo-guide-to-fine-dining/

Elephants | Smithsonian's National Zoo

Scientists study the management factors that can help ensure the optimal health, reproduction and welfare of elephants in human care.

Drone Photo Of The Sanctuary

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Elephant Sanctuary - ESN

Elephant Sanctuary Ethical Elephant Tours Make Your Reservation What Is Special About Elephant Park Issues That Make a Difference Whenever Evaluating Points Of Interest Good Choices for Sustainable Th

Secret Pailin’s Camouflage skills!

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Keeping Carnivores, Connectivity, and Culture Intact in Mesoamerica’s Moskitia

By John Polisar In early 2017, I participated in an ecological survey led by Conservation International to assess the biological attributes of archaeological site in Honduras known as Ciudad Blanca, o

Meet a scientist: the whale whisperer

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Behind the scenes in the restaurant kitchen that feeds the National Zoo’s residents

Original source from here: https://insider.si.edu/2018/06/the-zoo-guide-to-fine-dining/

Drone Photo Of The Sanctuary

Original source from here: https://globalelephants.org/drone-photo-of-the-sanctuary/

Asian Elephant Conservation Fund

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A Tribute to Environmentalist Nathaniel Reed

This article is brought to you by the International League of Conservation Photographers (iLCP). Read our other articles on the National Geographic Voices blog featuring the work of our iLCP Fellow

Meet a scientist: the whale whisperer

Original source from here: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ConservationInternationalBlog/~3/aWF601F-77s/

Behind the scenes in the restaurant kitchen that feeds the National Zoo’s residents

Original source from here: https://insider.si.edu/2018/06/the-zoo-guide-to-fine-dining/

Meet a scientist: the whale whisperer

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Mapping the Critical Role of Indigenous Peoples in Global Conservation

By Stephen Garnett and James Watson Hazda, Aranda, Orang Asli, Yanomami and Cherokee – Indigenous Peoples have many names around the world. With such diversity in names and cultures, some people mig

Congress working to take fisheries backward 20 years

By Safina Center Staff It took the United States decades to develop and perfect an effective fisheries management plan that helps keep enough fish to feed both the nation’s people and its animals. T

Top 25 Bird Interactions

This week we asked the Wild Bird Revolution followers to capture interactions between birds, and we were not disappointed! This outstanding collection gives us unique insights into the many social int

Elephants with a purpose

Why did 53 elephants travel more than 1 250 km across three different countries this month? Here’s why. In the uMkhuze section of iSimangaliso Wetland Park, part of the Lubombo Transfrontier Conserv

Don’t let good news vanish in a poof

It can be hard to find the good news sometimes, especially when it comes to the environment. Just look at the US Environmental Protection Agency, now led by a former coal lobbyist. But it is possible

Top 25 Birds of Protected Areas

Protected Areas give space for wildlife to flourish in an otherwise human-dominated world. As of this year, just under 15% of our world’s land surface and 7% of our ocean surface is protected. This

The Inspiring Way Adventures in the Field Are Driving Innovations in the Lab

By Andrew Howley of Adventure Scientists This year at the Aspen Ideas Festival: Spotlight Health, just a few days after joining his fellow Nat Geo Explorers at the 2018 Explorers Festival, our founder

Indigenous leaders of Pimachiowin Aki Are a Beacon of Hope As World Heritage Designation Becomes Official

The Bloodvein River, one of many significant rivers, streams and water bodies within Pimachiowin Aki. Photo Jeff Wells. It’s part of what may be the largest single block of intact forest in the larg

Care for Elephants

Building trust with elephants can be a long difficult process, especially when they have spent their lives being controlled by humans. With continuous love and care, we hope to show our elephants that

Sunshine for Elephants

A nearby elephant came that previously provided elephant riding and trekking has now agreed to take a new approach to animal conservation and allow their elephants to live in a more natural environmen

Karen Elephant Experience

For more than 20 years, Karen tribes have rented their elephants to Elephant Camps. After the ban of logging in Thailand in 1989, the Karen tribes lost their sources of income as were forced to lease

Elephant Haven

Here at Save Elephant Foundation we have been waiting patiently and hopefully for years for this transition to begin… At last, the waiting is over! The most recent development is a very exciting one

Elephant Nature Park

Beyond the concrete jungle of Chiang Mai, Thailand, lies an entirely different jungle. A real jungle where lush, tree-covered mountains are home to numerous species of animals. Within this jungle is a

Pamper a Pachyderm

Pamper a Pachyderm, a cooperative project with local elephant camp owner, Muoy Khamwichia, is offered maximum of 10 people per day. Visitors to Muoy’s camp get to spend intimate time with an elephan

Surin Project

The Surin Project is a unique and innovative concept aimed at improving the living conditions of captive Asian elephants by providing economic sustainability for their owners through responsible volun

Journey to Freedom

Started in 2010, the Journey to Freedom project has grown into a nearly independent sanctuary for Asian elephants managed and maintained by Karen people. Their long history of working with elephants u

Dog Rescue Project

Although dogs and elephants may not find themselves sharing the same space in the wild, the Save Elephant Foundation provides a loving home for both species at Elephant Nature Park. ENP Dogs began as

Elephant Sanctuary Cambodia

The Save Elephant Foundation is working within the Cambodia Wildlife Sanctuary to protect and conserve 1 million acres of jungle habitat, approximately one hour north of Angkor Wat. The project spans

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