The Ultimate Power Nap! new publication in Plos One

  Article Source: “The ultimate power nap: Researchers use ‘Fitbits’ to track elephant sleep in the wild.”  ScienceDaily, 2 March 2017 <www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/03/170302115731.htm>. Materials provided by University of the Witwatersrand.  Behavioral studies of elephant sleep in zoos record that they sleep around four hours per day and can sleep standing up or lying down — but how much do they […]

Chobe District Environmental Fair 2016

As part of Elephants Without Borders ongoing community education and wildlife co-existence program we worked with the Chobe District’s Regional Education Department, and coordinator Irene Nkwalale, by hosting “Chobe Regional Bot 50 Environmental Education & Sustainable Development Fair 2016.” It was timed to coincide with EWB’s “We are Proud of our Natural Heritage” parade, Kasane’s participation […]

Community: Pride in Wildlife Heritage Parade

Every year, EWB promotes the International Global March for Elephants, Rhinos, and Lions (and all wildlife,) organizing one specifically for our community. This year it was held on Sep. 24th, which was a perfect time to show our pride and support as it was only days before Botswana’s 50th Independence! However, our parade has a slight twist to accommodate how the […]

GEC Results in the NEWS

The results of the Great Elephant Census are out and had a far reaching arm throughout the international media. We are grateful to all the writers, correspondents, editors and publishers that showed interest to share this news, in hopes that the messages will stimulate interest and support to help the cause and plight of the […]

Dr. Chase’s passion behind the GEC

Dr. Mike Chase, principal investigator for the Great Elephant Census, shares how the largest pan-Africa survey came to be and how he hopes this data will save Africa’s savanna elephants. Learn more on our page About the GEC results and also at the site Great Elephant Census

GEC results announced at World Conservation Congress

EWB is proud to be attending the IUCN World Conservation Congress (WCC) being held in Honolulu Hawaii, Sep 1-10, as the results of the Great Elephant Census results on the continental survey will be revealed! Making an impact by working together: At the World Conservation Congress, every 4 years, several thousand leaders and decision makers from […]

Poaching has hit largest elephant stronghold: Chobe

Original article appeared in News24/Traveller24 by Don Pinnock http://traveller24.news24.com/Explore/Green/shockwildlifetruths-poachers-kill-26-elephants-in-chobe-national-park-20160831   At least 26 elephants, their faces hacked off and their tusks removed, lay in congealing blood on Botswana’s Chobe National Park floodplain. Poachers had killed them within sight of an exclusive safari lodge and the Linyanti public campsite. The park is home to the greatest elephant […]

Vist the webcam, see elephants LIVE in Africa

The webcam is sponsored by www.tembe.co.za and Africam in recognition of EWB outstanding contribution to Elephant research The date and time is in South Africa which is GMT +2. (Rough estimates on time – USA is 6 hours behind us, Australia is 8 hours ahead. UK / Europe is 2 hours behind Most active time […]