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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 July 27, 2010 No Comment
Elephant Range Expansion Study update

The elephant range in Botswana has expanded by 65%, during the last 15 years. Using our aerial survey and telemetry data from 55 collared elephants we estimate the current elephant range in northern Botswana to be…

Written By: admin on August 15, 2009 One Comment
Makgadikgadi & Kalahari Desert Elephant Collarings

Deploying collars on elephants is quite an event, perhaps one could say a production. Exciting… my adrenalin was high as we made our approach, spotting a bachelor herd of 8 elephants in the shade of a tree

Written By: admin on August 10, 2009 No Comment
Drive along the Boteti

The EWB team has set out to look along the waters to see where elephants may be found… we had never seen the Boteti river flowing as it is and it seemed to bring a welcoming ambiance to its surroundings.

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