Elephants for Africa is looking for a long-term volunteer to assist in our field programme in the
Makgadikgadi National Park, Botswana and partner a research team working on the behaviour,
movement and ecology of the African elephant. This part of the project focuses on human/elephant
conflict and offers an excellent opportunity for someone wanting to develop field skills in large
mammal research and/or develop their own research project on elephants...
Read more and about applying for this opportunity..
2012 is a year of celebration for the United Kingdom with the Queen's Diamond Jubilee and the Olympic Games. In keeping with the spirit of celebration in the UK this year, ELEPHANTS FOR AFRICA have made these special Jubilant elephant badges.
For just £2 plus £1 P&P within the UK* you can be the proud owner of a Jubilant Elephant. To order email firstname.lastname@example.org and or pay through paypal to the same address.
Since Queen Elizabeth II took to the throne of the United Kingdom in 1952 we have lost an estimated 871,000-4,530,000 (65-90%) African elephants.
Since the modern Day Olympics started in 1896 we have lost between 6,530,000 - 9,530,000 (93-95%) of the world’s African elephants.
- Today there an estimated 470,000 African elephants.
- We are currently loosing 100-200 per day to the illegal ivory trade
(*Additional postal charges may apply for supporters outside of the UK)
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