• AFRICAN ELEPHANTS ONLY OCCUPY A FRACTION OF THEIR POTENTIAL RANGE

    In a new paper led by Mara Elephant Project’s Director of Research and Conservation Dr. Jake Wall, new research has found that while elephants can live almost anywhere in Africa, their range is restricted by the growing human footprint and the available protected areas. Read paper – http://bitly.ws/cs2t

  • Elephants – Economies – Ecosystems = Biodiversity

    What is the value of protecting Biodiversity?

    “Biodiversity is an all-encompassing term for what many regard as nature-related risk. It includes the food we eat, the soil, clean water supplies, landscapes, and forests. Nature-related risk affects all those who rely on nature’s services in their supply chains, from fashion, to farming and construction. Today our concern is climate risk; tomorrow it will be about biodiversity and everything that is beyond carbon.” cr. Andrew Mitchell
    Co-Founder, Task Force on Nature-related Financial Disclosures (TNFD) Founder of Global Canopy and CEO of Equilibrium Futures

    Please sign this petition to #EndWildlifeTrade – https://petitions.ourcommons.ca/en/Petition/Details?Petition=e-3015

  • Help Sponsor Mara Elephant Rangers

    For the full month of December 2020, we ran a Go Fund Me for Mara Elephant Project to assist them in providing for an additional 10 rangers in the Masaai Mara, Loita region, in Kenya. We are so pleased to say we exceeded our goal of $3,000 to reach $3,250.
    We would like to thank everyone for their thoughtful donations and support during a very difficult year for so many conservation organizations that suffered from a lack of tourism and funding due to the pandemic. By contributing to our GFM your donations to the Mara Elephant Project has enabled them to hire the additional rangers that they so desperately need.
    We thank you again for your generosity and kindness.
    Elephanatics Team

  • Elephanatics presents – Ivory Is For Elephants – elephants and their importance to the global community and environment

    The numbers are staggering as we learn that humanity is responsible for a decrease in animal populations worldwide of 68% in the past 50 years. The biggest issues facing the global community today are losses to biodiversity. Loss of wildlife affects ecosystems we all rely on to keep us healthy. Learn more about how elephants help preserve our natural world and why poaching, human-elephant conflict, and illegal trade is related to our own survival.
    Tune in and get inspired to save elephants!
    Speakers – Dr. Rene Beyers, PhD / Conservationist / Advisor African Elephant, Elephanatics
    Melanie Reding, Educator / Curriculum Developer, Advisor Elephanatics
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1-5-R616REU

  • Elephanatics Donates to 3 Asian Elephant Sanctuaries amid COVID-19

    Elephanatics is excited to announce that it will be assisting three Asian elephant sanctuaries in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Many sanctuaries are struggling to feed their elephants due to the shortage of tourists and volunteers. We have carefully chosen three to receive CAD$2,000 each: Kulen Elephant Forest – Cambodia – MandaLao Elephant Conservation – Laos – Wildlife Friends Foundation – Thailand

  • Ivory Free Canada

    Approximately 20,000 elephants are killed every year, mainly due to poaching. Sign and share our petition! More than 500,000+ have signed already – Thank You! If you haven’t added your name yet, please help us reach our new goal of 1 Million signatures.

Conservation

Scientific Research is fundamental in understanding the needs of wildlife today. Here’s some resources to get you started in learning more about the crisis and mitigation efforts to save the African wild elephant.

Education

Elephants are under threat from environmental changes, poaching and human-animal conflict. We offer flexible, fun and engaging materials to help teachers engage students in the global and pressing issue of elephant extinction.

Action

Elephantics is spreading the word and unifying the people through fun events and activities! Here’s photos and information from our recent events including our participation in the Global March for Elephants and Rhinos.

Events and Actions

AFRICAN ELEPHANTS ONLY OCCUPY A FRACTION OF THEIR POTENTIAL RANGE

In a new paper led by Mara Elephant Project’s Director of Research and Conservation Dr. Jake Wall, new research has found that while elephants can live almost anywhere in Africa, their range is restricted by the growing human footprint and the available protected areas. Read paper – http://bitly.ws/cs2t

Elephants – Economies – Ecosystems = Biodiversity

What is the value of protecting Biodiversity?

“Biodiversity is an all-encompassing term for what many regard as nature-related risk. It includes the food we eat, the soil, clean water supplies, landscapes, and forests. Nature-related risk affects all those who rely on nature’s services in their supply chains, from fashion, to farming and construction. Today our concern is climate risk; tomorrow it will be about biodiversity and everything that is beyond carbon.” cr. Andrew Mitchell
Co-Founder, Task Force on Nature-related Financial Disclosures (TNFD) Founder of Global Canopy and CEO of Equilibrium Futures

Please sign this petition to #EndWildlifeTrade – https://petitions.ourcommons.ca/en/Petition/Details?Petition=e-3015

Help Sponsor Mara Elephant Rangers

For the full month of December 2020, we ran a Go Fund Me for Mara Elephant Project to assist them in providing for an additional 10 rangers in the Masaai Mara, Loita region, in Kenya. We are so pleased to say we exceeded our goal of $3,000 to reach $3,250.
We would like to thank everyone for their thoughtful donations and support during a very difficult year for so many conservation organizations that suffered from a lack of tourism and funding due to the pandemic. By contributing to our GFM your donations to the Mara Elephant Project has enabled them to hire the additional rangers that they so desperately need.
We thank you again for your generosity and kindness.
Elephanatics Team