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Written By: admin on June 25, 2011 No Comment
Aerial Survey Presentation held in Maun

This event was to be the first presentation given in a line of others, as EWB disseminates the survey and analysis results publicly in order to provide vital information on trends of wildlife populations and the issues which have influenced their trends

Written By: admin on May 27, 2011 No Comment
Elephant Herd Assessments by Puget Sound Students

Though films and documentaries of Chobe and the surrounding areas often shape people’s perceptions of this environment abroad, they cannot do justice to the richness of the region’s biodiversity, in terms of both landscape and wildlife.

Written By: admin on April 30, 2011 No Comment
Great Tiger Moth Botswana Safari

These last few weeks in southern Africa many were lucky to watch a fleet of original, vintage de Havilland biplanes soaring overhead in formation

Written By: admin on February 8, 2011 No Comment
World Wetland’s Day in Kasane

Wetlands are important as they deliver significant ecosystem services, are cradles of biological diversity, and support populations of birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, fish and invertebrates.

Written By: admin on December 22, 2010 No Comment
EWB’s Aerial Survey of Mammoth Importance

Elephants Without Borders just completed flying a mammoth aerial survey, counting elephants and wildlife species throughout northern Botswana… The information on elephant and wildlife numbers, distribution, movements, and demographic characteristics from this study will be incorporated into population models to better understand a variety of research and management questions relating to wildlife ecology and conservation management

Written By: admin on August 24, 2010 No Comment
Evening in an Elephant Corridor

With a shake of her massive head, she quickly moved around the vehicle, leading another 30 elephants behind her. Dust filled our nostrils, ears and eyes, but we kept them wide-open, anxiously looking through the haze for more. We realized we weren’t on the edge of the corridor, we were right in the middle of it!

Written By: admin on August 7, 2010 No Comment
Chobe River Clean-Up

Taking pride in Botswana and our national parks, we decided to ensure that the banks were clean and no harm would come to wildlife due to the deposited debris.

Written By: admin on June 18, 2010 No Comment
New Satellite Collared Elephant, “Bemwo”

We had decided to focus on large bulls, as they are becoming a rarity seen in the Chobe water front area. Young bulls and breeding herds are plentiful, but we would like to learn more about the random, larger bulls that occasionally come to the river.

Written By: admin on January 4, 2010 No Comment
New Year’s day in Chobe National Park

Nothing seems better than to relax by taking a casual drive through Chobe National Park… lush and full of vitality, glistening from the combination of rain’s dew and the sun’s rays peeking from building, bellowing clouds…

Written By: admin on October 31, 2009 3 Comments
Goodbye wishes to Elephant Ambassadors…

This season, we were quite busy and took collars off eleven elephants and deployed eight others, in a wide-variety of areas, thus far!

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