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.
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Speakers – Dr. Rene Beyers, PhD / Conservationist / Advisor African Elephant, Elephanatics
Melanie Reding, Educator / Curriculum Developer, Advisor Elephanatics
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 – ThailandRead More
We are pleased to send money to www.dartwildlife.org who do outstanding conservation work in Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe. The funds raised at our annual Global March for Elephants and Rhinos, last September, 2017, will go to purchase a new dart delivery system…Read More
Elephanatics BC, a Vancouver-based elephant advocacy organization, is hosting its 4th Annual Global Walk for Elephants and Rhinos on September 30. The walk is part of the Global March for Elephants and Rhinos – the world’s largest grassroots wildlife…Read More