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  • STOCKPILE Archives - Save the Elephants
    Word Careers ABOUT STE Staff and Trustees Our Partners Funding Press and Media External Reports Contact Us DONATE Select Page Home STOCKPILE Taking Stock by roshnipesh Sep 3 2015 Taking Stock National ivory stockpile destruction unique sends an important and clear message that a nation is not tolerant of wildlife crime that threatens to wipe out the African elephant Highly publicized national stockpile destructions have the possible benefit Top Posts Pages Home Donate What We Do Our Projects Internships Why Elephants Matter Elephant News Press and Media About STE Elephant Crisis Fund Popular Tags Anti poaching Anti trafficking awareness Behaviour CAMPAIGN CENSUS COALITION communication community corridors of power Counting Elephants Demand reduction ECF education Elephant Crisis Fund elephant movements elephants and bees GOOGLE GPS human elephant conflict intern internship landuse planning LAW ENFORCEMENT living with elephants MALI PARTNERSHIPS Protection reducing conflict Research Samburu Samburu Elephant Project STOCKPILE tracking Training Tsavo wildlife corridors About Elephants What We Do Our Projects Get Involved About STE Donate Facebook Twitter Google Instagram YouTube SIGN UP FOR OUR eNEWSLETTER THE MONTHLY TRUMPET Get important updates on elephant conservation and be a part of our community helping to conserve the largest land mammal on earth First

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  • tracking Archives - Save the Elephants
    Geofence position break Estimated Latitude 1 168867 Estimated Longitude 37 581724 This seemingly dry text message had powerful STE and Google Earth by roshnipesh Sep 9 2015 STE and Google Earth For a long time conservation and technology evolved independently Today conservation has inextricable links with information technology and innovative solutions to conservation problems now abound STE s ground breaking collaboration with The Desert Elephants of Mali by roshnipesh Sep 9 2015 The Desert Elephants of Mali Satellite tracking of elephants living near Timbuktu has revealed the secret of their survival in the savage conditions of Mali s desert Through the tracking data from collared elephants STE have found that the elephants of Africa s Orphans of Samburu by roshnipesh Sep 9 2015 Orphans of Samburu The surge in poaching over the last several years and the drought of 2009 have left many elephant orphans and disrupted families in Samburu Some orphans choose to remain with what is left of their disrupted groups others leave their natal group to Tracking Real Time Monitoring by roshnipesh Sep 9 2015 Tracking Real Time Monitoring STE uses GPS tracking equipment to understand elephant lives decisions and needs STE founder Iain Douglas Hamilton was the first to track elephants using radio collars and STE remains at the forefront of tracking technology The Older Entries Top Posts Pages Home Donate What We Do Our Projects Internships Why Elephants Matter Elephant News Press and Media About STE Elephant Crisis Fund Popular Tags Anti poaching Anti trafficking awareness Behaviour CAMPAIGN CENSUS COALITION communication community corridors of power Counting Elephants Demand reduction ECF education Elephant Crisis Fund elephant movements elephants and bees GOOGLE GPS human elephant conflict intern internship landuse planning LAW ENFORCEMENT living with elephants MALI PARTNERSHIPS Protection reducing conflict Research Samburu Samburu Elephant Project STOCKPILE tracking

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  • Training Archives - Save the Elephants
    ABOUT STE Staff and Trustees Our Partners Funding Press and Media External Reports Contact Us DONATE Select Page Home Training Samburu Elephant Project by roshnipesh May 17 2015 Samburu Elephant Project The Samburu Elephant Project is the longest running study of its kind in the region Combining individual recognition of elephants with real time monitoring of collared elephants along with an on going body count within the Monitoring the Top Posts Pages Home Donate What We Do Our Projects Internships Why Elephants Matter Elephant News Press and Media About STE Elephant Crisis Fund Popular Tags Anti poaching Anti trafficking awareness Behaviour CAMPAIGN CENSUS COALITION communication community corridors of power Counting Elephants Demand reduction ECF education Elephant Crisis Fund elephant movements elephants and bees GOOGLE GPS human elephant conflict intern internship landuse planning LAW ENFORCEMENT living with elephants MALI PARTNERSHIPS Protection reducing conflict Research Samburu Samburu Elephant Project STOCKPILE tracking Training Tsavo wildlife corridors About Elephants What We Do Our Projects Get Involved About STE Donate Facebook Twitter Google Instagram YouTube SIGN UP FOR OUR eNEWSLETTER THE MONTHLY TRUMPET Get important updates on elephant conservation and be a part of our community helping to conserve the largest land mammal on earth

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  • Tsavo Archives - Save the Elephants
    ABOUT STE Staff and Trustees Our Partners Funding Press and Media External Reports Contact Us DONATE Select Page Home Tsavo Elephants and Bees by roshnipesh Nov 15 2015 Elephants and Bees The Elephants and Bees Project is an innovative study using an in depth understanding of elephant behaviour to reduce damage from crop raiding elephants using their instinctive avoidance of African honey bees The project explores the use of novel Top Posts Pages Home Donate What We Do Our Projects Internships Why Elephants Matter Elephant News Press and Media About STE Elephant Crisis Fund Popular Tags Anti poaching Anti trafficking awareness Behaviour CAMPAIGN CENSUS COALITION communication community corridors of power Counting Elephants Demand reduction ECF education Elephant Crisis Fund elephant movements elephants and bees GOOGLE GPS human elephant conflict intern internship landuse planning LAW ENFORCEMENT living with elephants MALI PARTNERSHIPS Protection reducing conflict Research Samburu Samburu Elephant Project STOCKPILE tracking Training Tsavo wildlife corridors About Elephants What We Do Our Projects Get Involved About STE Donate Facebook Twitter Google Instagram YouTube SIGN UP FOR OUR eNEWSLETTER THE MONTHLY TRUMPET Get important updates on elephant conservation and be a part of our community helping to conserve the largest land mammal on

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  • wildlife corridors Archives - Save the Elephants
    and Trustees Our Partners Funding Press and Media External Reports Contact Us DONATE Select Page Home wildlife corridors Wildlife Corridors by roshnipesh Jul 31 2015 Wildlife Corridors Since 2006 Save the Elephants has been able to deploy a GSM collar on a well known bull called Mountain Bull Before he was poached in 2014 he had been monitored for 8 years and we had watched him streak over 40 times crossing between Borana Top Posts Pages Home Donate What We Do Our Projects Internships Why Elephants Matter Elephant News Press and Media About STE Elephant Crisis Fund Popular Tags Anti poaching Anti trafficking awareness Behaviour CAMPAIGN CENSUS COALITION communication community corridors of power Counting Elephants Demand reduction ECF education Elephant Crisis Fund elephant movements elephants and bees GOOGLE GPS human elephant conflict intern internship landuse planning LAW ENFORCEMENT living with elephants MALI PARTNERSHIPS Protection reducing conflict Research Samburu Samburu Elephant Project STOCKPILE tracking Training Tsavo wildlife corridors About Elephants What We Do Our Projects Get Involved About STE Donate Facebook Twitter Google Instagram YouTube SIGN UP FOR OUR eNEWSLETTER THE MONTHLY TRUMPET Get important updates on elephant conservation and be a part of our community helping to conserve the largest

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  • Sign up for our newsletter - Save the Elephants
    Home Sign up for our newsletter Monthly Trumpet eNewsletter Sign Up Get important updates on elephant conservation and be a part of our community helping to conserve the largest land mammal on earth First Name Last Name Email These fields are required About Elephants What We Do Our Projects Get Involved About STE Donate Facebook Twitter Google Instagram YouTube SIGN UP FOR OUR eNEWSLETTER THE MONTHLY TRUMPET Get important updates

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  • Contact Us - Save the Elephants
    Funding Press and Media External Reports Contact Us DONATE Select Page Home About STE Contact Us TITLE ONE title Basic Google Maps Placemarks error JavaScript and or CSS files aren t loaded If you re using do shortcode you need to add a filter to your theme first See the FAQ for details Basic Google Maps Placemarks error JavaScript and or CSS files aren t loaded If you re using do shortcode you need to add a filter to your theme first See the FAQ for details Basic Google Maps Placemarks error JavaScript and or CSS files aren t loaded If you re using do shortcode you need to add a filter to your theme first See the FAQ for details STORYSPHERE ONE Our Contacts Save the Elephants Marula Manor Marula Lane Karen P O Box 54667 Nairobi 00200 Kenya Office 254 720 441 178 Email info savetheelephants org Talk to Us Name Email Address Message Message 8 4 Submit About Elephants What We Do Our Projects Get Involved About STE Donate Facebook Twitter Google Instagram YouTube SIGN UP FOR OUR eNEWSLETTER THE MONTHLY TRUMPET Get important updates on elephant conservation and be a part of our community helping to

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  • Threats to Elephants - Save the Elephants
    elephants on the order of 2 3 a year The ivory trade is fuelling organised crime and insecurity as traffickers smuggle tusks through the same networks as other high value illegal goods such as drugs Ultimately the trade is driven by demand for ivory in consumer countries mostly in the East where it is sought after as a status symbol and an investment You can help us secure a future for elephants through donations Donate Now Habitat Loss Elephants are increasingly being crowded out of their habitats Humans are encroaching these lands for farming and infrastructural development which leaves elephants with small patches of disconnected land i Loss of Habitat Africa s human population is surging and pushing ever more into elephant rangelands When farms are established where elephants are used to roaming they become a target for crop raiding by hungry elephants A year s crop can be wiped out in a single night creating understandable resentment Both farmers and elephants can be wounded or killed in the conflict that ensues Pressure from livestock grazing in elephant rangeland is also mounting impacting the amount of food available for elephants and increasing the chances of herders being attacked by nervous elephants ii Habitat Fragmentation With an increasing human population comes infrastructure development Roads railways piplelines and human settlements can all form barriers to wildlife movements fragmenting habitats into ever smaller areas Without corridors to link these islands of habitat herds can have trouble reaching food and water at certain times of year They may also be separated from other elephant groups decreasing their breeding opportunities This is not healthy for the genetic diversity of the population iii Overgrazing When grazing goes unchecked it can quickly eliminate grass in an area This means less food for both livestock and wildlife including

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