Earlier this month, National Geographic reported that only halfway through the 2018 elephant census being conducted by Elephants Without Borders for the government of Botswana, 87 elephants have been found dead. The majority were older males with large tusks - suspected of being poached for their ivory. It's a shocking increase since the last survey,… Continue reading What the Botswana Elephant Killings tell us About our Relationship with Wildlife
August 12, 2018 is World Elephant Day! In honour of these beautiful gentle giants, here are 10 facts about elephants you might not know. Share these with your friends, and encourage fellow travelers to avoid elephant tourism by getting up close and personal at a trusted sanctuary instead, like the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. Elephants… Continue reading Today is World Elephant Day!
I was lucky enough to be able to visit The Marine Mammal Center headquarters on a recent trip to California, USA. Located just across the Golden Gate Bridge from San Francisco, the Marine Mammal Center's mission is to "advance global ocean conservation through marine mammal rescue and rehabilitation, scientific research, and education." Getting out there and… Continue reading Saving Seals in Sausalito