Studying up before my Kenyan Safari! — Wild Open Eye – Natural Vision, News from Wild Open Eye

Magnificent Maasai Mara! Bring full batteries and empty memory cards. Paxton images photo and copyright. When the Sun rises over the great mosaic of grassland and Acacia trees of Kenya’s Maasai Mara, as it has done since the dawn of mankind, the experienced eyes of wildlife rangers are alert for signs of poaching activities that […]

Studying up before my Safari! — Wild Open Eye – Natural Vision, News from Wild Open Eye

Appetite fears in north-east Nigeria as meandering elephants stomp on crops — KRISHNA KUMAR SINGH

A crowd of many elephants that have gotten back to north-east Nigeria are under danger from jihadist gatherings and progressively in struggle with a large number of displaced people whose crops they have stomped on weeks before reap. In excess of 250 elephants wandered a month ago from Chad and Cameroon into Kala-Balge, a locale […]

Appetite fears in north-east Nigeria as meandering elephants stomp on crops — KRISHNA KUMAR SINGH

Summertide Diary: Hyenas versus Elephant — de Wets Wild

Yesterday we promised you more photos of the fascinating interaction between the Spotted Hyenas and Elephant at Hapoor Dam in Addo Elephant National Park, and here they are. When we arrived on the scene, the hyenas were quite far from the road and only barely visible without binoculars (or a 300mm camera lens). We could […]

Summertide Diary: Hyenas versus Elephant — de Wets Wild

Summertide Diary: Spending time with hungry elephants — de Wets Wild

I can’t think of another reserve in South Africa where the elephants are quite so relaxed around humans and their vehicles as they are in the Addo Elephant National Park. Of course this allows visitors to observe up close just how dexterously elephants use their trunks – and feet! – to uproot even tiny morsels […]

Summertide Diary: Spending time with hungry elephants — de Wets Wild

Summertide Diary: Spending time with hungry elephants — de Wets Wild

I can’t think of another reserve in South Africa where the elephants are quite so relaxed around humans and their vehicles as they are in the Addo Elephant National Park. Of course this allows visitors to observe up close just how dexterously elephants use their trunks – and feet! – to uproot even tiny morsels […]

Summertide Diary: Spending time with hungry elephants — de Wets Wild

Appetite fears in north-east Nigeria as meandering elephants stomp on crops — KRISHNA KUMAR SINGH

A crowd of many elephants that have gotten back to north-east Nigeria are under danger from jihadist gatherings and progressively in struggle with a large number of displaced people whose crops they have stomped on weeks before reap. In excess of 250 elephants wandered a month ago from Chad and Cameroon into Kala-Balge, a locale […]

Appetite fears in north-east Nigeria as meandering elephants stomp on crops — KRISHNA KUMAR SINGH

Statement from Nick Marx, Director of Wildlife Programs The Forestry Administration has instructed the implementation of elephant shows at Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Centre (PTWRC), which officials feel will be an attraction, encouraging people to visit, in preference to the newly implemented Safari World, which is closer to Phnom Penh. I feel it is important […]

via Lucky, Asian Elephant, Shows at Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center — Wildlife Alliance

Last month, with information from an informant, the Wildlife Rapid Rescue Team (Cambodia’s multi-agency wildlife law enforcement unit which is run with technical and financial support from Wildlife Alliance) investigated an ivory carving shop in Phnom Penh. The WRRT, accompanied by local police, local Forestry Administration officials, and the Deputy Prosecutor of Phnom Penh Court, […]

via Phnom Penh Ivory Shop Owner Arrested — Wildlife Alliance