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Written By: admin on May 19, 2013 No Comment
Jen’s Experience w EWB

Jennifer Halstead spent the last month volunteering as a research assistant to the “human and elephant co-existant” project, here’s what she had to say about her first experiences in Botswana and with EWB

Written By: admin on January 3, 2013 No Comment
Zebra Without Borders

Further research and time might reveal this dispersal to possibly be the longest transboundary mammal migration in southern Africa.

Written By: admin on July 23, 2012 No Comment
EWB’s Exciting, New Large Herbivore Research

Botswana government has realized that the fundamental key to effective wildlife conservation and management is long-term, science-based research, and thus has granted Elephants Without Borders (EWB) a research permit to study the population status and spatial ecology of large herbivores

Written By: admin on February 1, 2012 One Comment
The terrible ill-fate of Bemwo

Much to our despair, that afternoon, we received a call that they found 3 bull elephants that had been shot with their tusks missing; at the exact location we had given them.

Written By: admin on January 9, 2012 No Comment
Mthondo’s New Satellite Tracking Collar

Mthondo’s satellite signal had failed and the VHF component of his collar unit was transmitting intermittent signals, which means that the batteries in the unit were about to fail. So, there was an urgency to find him and replace his old collar.

Written By: admin on December 20, 2011 2 Comments
A new calf! Shireni Gives Birth at Abu Camp

Elephant “Shireni” gave birth calf to a healthy female, “Warona” the SeTswana name meaning ‘For Us’ at 22:05 on the 17th December. This happy moment overlaps with an ambitious new programme which is devoted to the highest standards in elephant welfare, scientific research and meaningful guest experiences.

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 August 4, 2009 4 Comments
Elephants mourn the loss of a young bull

whole herds of elephants surrounded, circled and examined the body… one can almost understand the sorrow and anguish they look to be feeling.

Written By: admin on July 17, 2009 One Comment
Night in Nogatsaa

There is nothing like sleeping in the fresh Africa air, without a tent. The smells and sounds are intoxicating!

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