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Chapter 26 from Routledge Handbook of Rewilding

Chapter 26|10 pages –  Routledge Handbook of Rewilding – publication Nov/22 * Rewilding, the wildlife trade and human conflict By Rene Beyers, Sally Hawkins Abstract  This chapter examines the relationships between conflict, wildlife trade, and rewilding. Trade in wildlife, both legal…

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Giving Tuesday November 29th

It’s Giving Tuesday November 29th This #GivingTuesday we are asking you to help support the work of Elephanatics to build conservation educational capacity in Kenya by donating to the Fran Duthie African Elephant Conservation Scholarship held with Mara Elephant Project, an African conservation…

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African Elephant Conservation Scholarship distributed by Mara Elephant Project!

We are excited to announce that Janeth Jepkemboi is the first ever recipient of the Fran Duthie African Elephant Conservation Scholarship distributed by Mara Elephant Project.

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TAKE ACTION

TAKE ACTION – The Future of Elephants and Rhinos Depends On Us! The Canadian government has committed to do its part in helping save these iconic and majestic animals by ending the elephant ivory and rhino horn trade in Canada….

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It’s Friday the 13th but Good Luck for Us!

ELEPHACT FRIDAY: Volunteers Make ALL The Difference!  A big thank you to our grade 11 student volunteer, Muskan Sadioura, who has been super proactive in sharing Elephanatics mission to protect the African and Asian elephant! Muskan is a student at…

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Student Takes A Stand For Elephants!

Calling All Students! We are so pleased to share our student volunteer’s blog, “Help Save the Enchanted Elephant.” Dhanvin is a grade 10 student attending Kwantlen Park Secondary School in Surrey. From his experience growing up in Asia, he has…

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New – Mara elephant Project Scholarship!

Mara Elephant Project is excited to announce a new scholarship opportunity for a Kenyan student. This scholarship is intended for students pursuing conservation or a related field. The goal of this scholarship is to provide financial support to Kenyan nationals acquiring a technical certificate, undergraduate or postgraduate (Masters or PhD) degree in an area related to conservation and the protection of wildlife.

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#GivingTuesday 2021 – Mara Elephant Project – Rangers

This #GivingTuesday November 2021, Elephanatics is raising money for their partner organization, the Mara Elephant Project. Please consider purchasing of one of the items listed in the AmazonSmile Wish List for a Ranger. https://smile.amazon.com/hz/charitylist/ls/58QZ0F17MV71/

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Just Released “A Place Like No Other”

“A Place Like No Other” is Anthony Sinclair’s firsthand account of how he and other scientists discovered the biological principles that regulate life in the Serengeti and how they rule all of the natural world. Co-authored with Dr. Rene Beyers. Buy here: https://lnkd.in/gD2BcRpk

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Congratulate Mara Elephant Project 10-year Anniversary!

Join Elephanatics in congratulating our partner, the Mara Elephant Project (MEP) on a decade of operation today, September 12, 2021. In the last decade, MEP focused on teaching, training, and employing Maasai men and women to be first responders to save wildlife and wild spaces.

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