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Written By: admin on March 31, 2014 4 Comments
Deterrence: a remedy for saving elephants from poaching?

Whether deterrence will work or not depends greatly on two factors: the level and the certainty of punishment.

Written By: admin on March 5, 2014 5 Comments
The price to pay for Charcoal

What I am seeing now is the effect this unregulated production is having on this fragile ecosystem, far more serve than the feeding habits of a hungry elephant. Vast tracts of acacia woodland have been deforested.

Written By: admin on October 21, 2013 No Comment
Mike McMillan Nature Fund

…when two much younger bulls waltzed over and pushed their way into the center of the pan. One in particular, completely ignoring the dominant older bulls, splashed about in the mud to cool himself off…

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 29, 2013 One Comment
Community Conservation: Weaving & Leading

This project will contribute a gendered view to discussions of the local impacts of community conservation, which have all but been ignored to this point. In addition to being important for local women and their livelihoods, these considerations are also crucial as transfrontier conservation initiatives such as the KAZA TFCA

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 October 31, 2012 3 Comments
Training to be an aerial observer

Tempe Adams has joined the Elephants Without Borders team to investigate human-elephant interaction in northern Botswana for her PhD project

Written By: admin on May 29, 2012 No Comment
EWB & University of Puget Sound, Field School Expedition

The respect for raw beauty and power that was demanded by the wildlife at Chobe National Park caught many of us off-guard, and we now feel as though we truly understand…

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.

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