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  • Statistics - Save the Elephants
    The forests of Central Africa are the hardest place to study or protect elephants but it seems they were the first to be hit by the new wave of killing that resulted from this new demand Between 2002 and 2011 Maisels et al 2013 estimate that the world s forest elephant population was reduced by As Central Africa s elephant numbers plummeted the poaching pressure began to move to the savannahs of East Africa In 2009 Save the Elephants recorded a spike in poaching rates in Samburu and published a warning in the journal Nature that East Africa s protected areas were now in danger Our worst fears came true Our research estimates that the number of elephants killed for their ivory between 2010 and 2012 was The demand for ivory in the far East is the primary driver of the killing In the four years up to 2014 the wholesale price of raw ivory in China tripled reaching a per kilo dollar price of Save the Elephants works to secure a future for elephants and is fighting hard to stop the killing stop the trafficking and end the demand for ivory Importance of Elephants Threats to Elephants Story Spheres Publications How You Can Help Over the last years our world leading conservation efforts have been possible thanks to the dedication and generosity of loyal supporters To join them you can donate in a number of ways Elephant Crisis Fund Elephants are fast disappearing from the wild Without urgent international action they could be gone within a generation The Elephant Crisis Fund provides rapid catalytic support for the most effective projects designed to stop the killing thwart traffickers and end the demand for ivory 100 of all donations reach the field Online Donation Save the Elephants is funded almost entirely

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  • Scientific Publications - Save the Elephants
    on the Samburu October 2005 Aerial Total Count 2005 Save the Elephants View Publication Ihwagi F W Vollrath F Chira R M Douglas Hamilton I Kironchi G The impact of elephants Loxodonta africana on woody vegetation through selective debarking in Samburu and Buffalo Springs National Reserves Kenya 2009 Blackwell Publishing Ltd Afr J Ecol doi 10 1111 j 1365 2028 2009 01089 x View Publication Kahindi O Cultural perceptions of elephants by the Samburu people in northern Kenya 2001 M Sc Thesis Strathclyde University Scotland View Publication Kahindi O Wittemyer G King J Ihwagi F Omondi P Douglas Hamilton I Employing participatory surveys to monitor the illegal killing of elephants across diverse land uses in Laikipia Samburu Kenya 2009 Blackwell Publishing Ltd Afr J Ecol doi 10 1111 j 1365 2028 2009 01200 x View Publication Kahumbu P G Douglas Hamilton I Elephant movements home ranges and diurnal activity 2002 Chapter in A Dissertation presented to the Faculty of Princeton University View Publication Kantai R Tracing Community Conservation Evolution Power Relations and Sustainability in Northern Kenya 2012 MSc Thesis University of Oxford View Publication King L E Lawrence A Douglas Hamilton I Vollrath F Beehive fence deters crop raiding elephants 2009 Blackwell Publishing Ltd Afr J Ecol 47 131 137 View Publication King L E The interaction between the African elephant Loxodonta africana africana and the African honey bee Apis mellifera scutellata and its potential application as an elephant deterrent 2010 A thesis submitted to the University of Oxford for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Zoology Balliol College View Publication King L E Bees help Protect Crops From Damage by Elephants in Kenya 2009 Bee Craft September 2009 P9 11 View Publication King L E Could honey bees be effective deterrents for Asia s crop raiding elephants 2013 Sanctuary Asia October 2013 View Publication King L E Douglas Hamilton I and Vollrath F African elephants run from the sound of disturbed bees 2007 Current Biology Vol 17 No 19 R832 View Publication King L E Douglas Hamilton I Vollrath F Beehive fences as effective deterrents for crop raiding elephants field trials in nothern Kenya 2011 African Journal of Ecology doi 10 1111 j 1 365 2028 2011 01275 x View Publication King L E Soltis J Douglas Hamilton I Savage A Vollrath F Bee Threat Elicits Alarm Call in African Elephants 2010 PLoS ONE 1 April 2010 Volume 5 Issue 4 e10346 View Publication Kuriyan R Linking local perceptions of elephants and conservation Samburu pastoralists in Northern Kenya 2002 Society and Natural Resources 15 949 957 View Publication Litoroh M Ihwagi F I Mayienda R Bernard J and Douglas Hamilton I Total Aerial Count of Elephants in Laikipia Samburu Ecosystem in November 2008 2010 Kenya Wildlife Service View Publication Maisels F et al Devastating Decline of Forest Elephants in Central Africa 2013 PLOS ONE 10 1371 journal pone 0059469 View Publication Marshal J P Azhar Rajah A Parrini F Henley M Henley S R Erasmus B F N Scale dependent selection of greenness by African elephants in the Kruger private reserve transboundary region South Africa 2010 European Journal of Wildlife Research DOI 10 1007 s10344 010 0462 1 View Publication Martin E Stiles D The Ivory Markets in the USA 2008 Save the Elephants Care for the Wild 2008 Save the Elephants Care for the Wild View Publication Martin E Stiles D The Ivory Markets of Europe 2005 Save The Elephants View Publication Martin E Stiles D The Ivory Markets of East Asia 2003 Save The Elephants View Publication Martin E Stiles D The South and South East Asian Ivory Markets 2002 Save The Elephants View Publication Martin E Stiles D The Ivory Markets of Africa 2000 Save The Elephants View Publication Martin E Vigne L Hong Kong s Ivory More items for sale than in any other city in the world 2015 Save The Elephants View Publication Michelmore F Beardsley K Barnes R Douglas Hamilton I A model illustrating the changes in forest elephant numbers caused by poaching 1994 African Journal of Ecology View Publication Ngene S Njumbi S Nzisa M Kimitei K Mukeka J Muya S Ihwagi F Omondi P Status and trends of the elephant population in the Tsavo Mkomazi ecosystem 2013 Pachyderm No 53 January June 2013 View Publication Ogola P Demographic Status of the Meru Elephant Population 2003 Final Report to the Elephant Research Fund KWS and Save the Elephants View Publication Okello J B A Masembe C Rasmussen H B Wittemyer G Omondi P Kahindi O Muwanika V B Arctander P Douglas Hamilton I Nyakaana S Siegismund H R Population Genetic Structure of Savannah Elephants in Kenya Conservation and Management Implications 2008 Journal of Heredity 2005 96 6 679 687 View Publication Okello J B A Wittemyer G Rasmussen H B Arctander P Nyakaana S Douglas Hamilton I Siegismund H R Effective population size dynamics reveal impacts of historic climatic events and recent anthropogenic pressure in African elephants 2008 Molecular Ecology View Publication Okello J B A Wittemyer G Rasmussen H B Douglas Hamilton I Nyakaana S Arctander P S Noninvasive Genotyping and Mendelian Analysis of Microsatellites in African Savannah Elephants 2005 Journal of Heredity 2005 96 6 View Publication Olindo P M Douglas Hamilton I Hamilton P The 1988 Tsavo Elephant Count Extracts 1988 Kenya Wildlife Conservation and Management Department View Publication Olindo P M Douglas Hamilton I Hamilton P The 1988 Tsavo Elephant Count 1988 Kenya Wildlife Conservation and Management Department View Publication Omondi P Bitok E Kahindi O Mayienda R Total Aerial Count of Elephants in Samburu Laikipia EcoSystem June 2002 2002 Kenya Wildlife Service View Publication Parker Ian S C The ivory trade 1979 Report to USFWS View Publication Polansky L and Wittemyer G A framework for understanding the architecture of collective movements using pairwise analyses of animal movement data 2010 Journal of Royal Society Interface doi 10 1098 rsif 2010 0389 View Publication Polansky L Douglas Hamilton I and Wittemyer G Using diel movement behavior to infer

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  • Elephant News - Save the Elephants
    years after a global ban Deutsche Welle February 9 2016 NEWS PUBLICATIONS ELEPHANT NEWS SERVICE Hwange elephants face hunger Zimbabwe Silence Charumbira NewsDay February 9 2016 NEWS PUBLICATIONS ELEPHANT NEWS SERVICE Free rein for wild animals in southern Kenya VIDEO Deutsche Welle Global Ideas February 9 2016 NEWS PUBLICATIONS ELEPHANT NEWS SERVICE Tusker kills Sundargarh woman India Times of India February 9 2016 NEWS PUBLICATIONS ELEPHANT NEWS SERVICE Man killed by tusker in Tumakuru taluk India The Hindu February 9 2016 NEWS PUBLICATIONS ELEPHANT NEWS SERVICE Poignant scenes mark effort to reunite three day old elephant calf with its mother Udedurgam Reserve Forest India P V Srividya The Hindu February 9 2016 NEWS PUBLICATIONS ELEPHANT NEWS SERVICE Ways to tackle elephantmenace discussed at meet Patna India Sayantanee Choudhury Times of India February 8 2016 NEWS PUBLICATIONS ELEPHANT NEWS SERVICE Whose Responsible for Leading Leopards Tuskers Into Cities Bengaluru India Meera Bhardwaj The New Indian Express February 8 2016 NEWS PUBLICATIONS ELEPHANT NEWS SERVICE Hyderabad Shikari Saves Bihar Village from 14 Rampaging Elephants JS Ifthekhar The New Indian Express February 8 2016 NEWS PUBLICATIONS ELEPHANT NEWS SERVICE Forest Watcher Beaten To Death For Stopping People From Exhibiting Maimed Elephant India Huffington Post India PTI February 8 2016 NEWS PUBLICATIONS ELEPHANT NEWS SERVICE With onset of summer annual elephant migration begins India R Krishna Kumar The Hindu February 8 2016 NEWS PUBLICATIONS ELEPHANT NEWS SERVICE Two trampled to death by elephant Gazipur India Press Trust of India February 8 2016 NEWS PUBLICATIONS ELEPHANT NEWS SERVICE Three day old elephant calf rescued in Tamil Nadu India Times of India Page 1 of 204 Next Last Importance of Elephants Threats to Elephants Story Spheres Publications How You Can Help Over the last years our world leading conservation efforts have been possible thanks to the

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  • Elephant Library - Save the Elephants
    Spread the Word Careers ABOUT STE Staff and Trustees Our Partners Funding Press and Media External Reports Contact Us DONATE Select Page Home About Elephants Elephant Library Elephant Library Access the African Elephant Bibliography here opens a new window Save The Elephants has an ever expanding library of over 5 000 titles of scientific papers articles and theses on the African elephant which was compiled by Mary Rigby The African Elephant Library AEL is collaboration between STE and the IUCN SSC African Elephant Specialist Group AfESG This annotated list of references on the biology ecology and management of the African elephant was developed to facilitate the work of researchers field staff and resource managers conservationists academics and the general public From June 2014 this library was transferred to the Zotero platform Anyone is free to browse the library but group membership is restricted to AfESG Members and STE staff 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 Name Last Name

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  • What We Do - Save the Elephants
    18 years of intensive monitoring the elephants of Samburu are one of the world s best studied populations We also assist in implementing a UN level programme to monitor the illegal killing of elephants Our solid scientific data has helped shift international policy towards a better future for the species view related projects Elephant Protection We work with wildlife departments protected area managers and communities to assist their efforts to defend elephants against ivory poachers and traffickers We develop and deploy cutting edge tracking systems to monitor and protect elephants Through our Elephant Crisis Fund we support more than 37 partners in the implementation of over 50 different projects aimed at stopping the killing stopping the trafficking and ending the demand for ivory view related projects You can help us Save the Elephants now Donate Human Elephant Co Existence Africa s human population is set to double by 2050 creating enormous pressures for elephants As farmland spreads and infrastructure developments fragment habitat elephants are being forced into increasing conflict with people STE provides information on elephant movements for landscape planners to protect rangeland and creates innovative solutions to prevent elephants from raiding crops such as our Elephants Bees project view related projects Spreading Awareness Globally Elephants are intelligent creatures with complex levels of consciousness with a profound role in human cultures as well as African ecosystems We share our awareness of their importance both locally and internationally through films publications a computerised elephant library a news service social networks and our website We involve local people in research and education to develop a conservation ethic based on local knowledge and elephant needs and recognize that the best ambassadors for elephants are the people with whom they share their land view related projects Get the Latest Updates on Elephant Conservation on

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  • Our Projects - Save the Elephants
    Humans Elephants Protection Research Elephants and Bees Humans Elephants Geo Fencing Humans Elephants Save the Elephants on Film Awareness Creating Elephant Ambassadors Mobile Education Awareness Internships for Elephant Scholars Awareness Clinton Global Initiative CGI Awareness CITES and Elephants Awareness STE and Google Earth Research The Desert Elephants of Mali Research Orphans of Samburu Research Tracking Real Time Monitoring Research Surveys Research Elephant Communication Research Elephant Accelerometers Research Taking Stock Protection Judging Wildlife Protection Elephant News Service Awareness Turning Poachers into Gamekeepers Protection Monitoring the Illegal Killing of Elephants Research The Mara Elephant Project Protection Elephant Scholarships Awareness The Human Footprint Project Humans Elephants Long Term Monitoring Research Wildlife Corridors Humans Elephants Living with Elephants Humans Elephants Landuse Planning Humans Elephants Internships Awareness Communication Awareness Education Awareness Corridors of Power Awareness Elephant Movements Research Counting Elephants Research Reducing Conflict Research Anti Poaching Protection Stop Demand Protection Samburu Elephant Project Research Anti Trafficking Protection Elephant Crisis Fund Protection Tsavo Aerial Defence Protection HEC Toolbox Humans Elephants Get the Latest Updates on Elephant Conservation on our Blog Go To Blog About Elephants What We Do Our Projects Get Involved About STE Donate Facebook Twitter Google Instagram YouTube SIGN UP FOR OUR eNEWSLETTER THE

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  • Elephant Crisis Fund - Save the Elephants
    fund a joint initiative between Save the Elephants and Wildlife Conservation Network addresses the current poaching crisis by funding projects around the world that take action to stop poaching thwart trafficking and end demand for ivory The fund will jumpstart and grow action to save elephants by rapidly sending essential funds to field partners and responding quickly to changing needs on the ground The ECF will not support overhead costs meetings or anything that does not directly contribute to the survival of elephants 100 of your donations to the Elephant Crisis Fund will go directly to funding anti poaching anti trafficking and demand reduction actions on the ground The impact of your donations will be doubled with a dollar for dollar match up to 500 000 Read the ECF 2015 Annual Report on the Projects supported by the Elephant Crisis Fund More Projects Under Protection Taking Stock Protection Judging Wildlife Protection Turning Poachers into Gamekeepers Protection The Mara Elephant Project Protection Older Entries Donate The fate of elephants is in the balance The record price of ivory has attracted organised crime rebel militias and even terrorist groups fuelling a surge of poaching across the continent Without the outstanding support and generosity of our donors STE would not be able to continue securing a future for the elephants We urgently need your support while there is still time You can be of vital assistance by donating to either our core funds or to any of our projects Donate to STE Spread the Word The fate of elephants is in the balance The record price of ivory has attracted organised crime rebel militias and even terrorist groups fuelling a surge of poaching across the continent Without the outstanding support and generosity of our donors STE would not be able to continue securing

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  • Get Involved - Save the Elephants
    Without the outstanding support and generosity of our donors STE would not be able to continue securing a future for the elephants We urgently need your support while there is still time You can be of vital assistance by donating to either our core funds or to any of our projects Donate to STE Internships Each year we accept a small number of interns to Save the Elephants in Kenya These internships comprise 1 2 month professional placements with one of our research projects in Kenya designed for university students or graduates pursuing a career in conservation with skills in scientific data collection and analysis These internships harness the skills of the interns Interns contribute to our Long Term Monitoring work behavioral studies human elephant conflict or conservation education Learn More Spread the Word The fate of elephants is in the balance The record price of ivory has attracted organised crime rebel militias and even terrorist groups fuelling a surge of poaching across the continent Without the outstanding support and generosity of our donors STE would not be able to continue securing a future for the elephants We urgently need your support while there is still time You can be of vital assistance by donating to either our core funds or to any of our projects Find Out How Other Ways You Can Help Over the last years our world leading conservation efforts have been possible thanks to the dedication and generosity of loyal supporters To join them you can donate in a number of ways Elephant Crisis Fund At least 33 000 elephants are being killed every year for their ivory The Elephant Crisis Fund provides quick efficient support to the most effective projects aimed at stopping the killing thwarting the traffickers and ending demand for ivory Created by

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