Wonderful artist Sophie Walbeoffe is having a exhibit of her paintings at the Osborne Studio Gallery in London. (The exhibit runs until May 13.) Part of the proceeds will go to ATE and the elephants. ATE's Director of Science Phyllis Lee came down from Scotland for the show. In the photo (left to right) are Phyllis, Sophie and Cynthia and magnificent Tim is in the background as well as one of...
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Wonderful artist Sophie Walbeoffe is having a exhibit of her paintings at
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Did you see our latest ATE newsletter?News from ATE - March-April 2017
Did you see our latest ATE newsletterNews from ATE MarchApril 2017

News from ATE - March-April 2017

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This is Francois doing what we like to call 'being casual'. Males will often loosely drape their trunk across their tusks to show females that they are not a threat.
This is Francois doing what we like to call being casual Males
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Susan Robert
Helen Archer
Abra mid ear flap enjoying a drizzle of rain this morning. We haven't quite had as much rain as we hoped for inside the Park, but it is hot so we hope that will bring more rain our way.
Abra mid ear flap enjoying a drizzle of rain this morning We
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Anna Martinsson
Carlos Flores
Check out our latest ATE newsletter.News from ATE - March-April 2017
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Barbara Douglas
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#TBT Thursday Throwback time! This week we feature Annabelle,one of the great grandmothers of the AA family, she died one year after this photo was taken in 1973. Her legacy lives on in her granddaughters Artemis, Arden, and Astrid. You can follow the AA family on our Elatia program for just USD30 per year. [ Elephanttrust.org Link ]
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TBT Thursday Throwback time This week we feature Annabelleone of the great
Judith Marin
Angela Andrade
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Wishing all our supporters a Happy Easter!
Wishing all our supporters a Happy Easter
Diane Brand
Tony Lurie
DeLynne Betts Skorey
More indications that elephants are unusually intelligent.
More indications that elephants are unusually intelligent

Elephants' 'body awareness' adds to increasing evidence of their intelligence

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Brenda Szasz
Leslie Lakatos Rupas
Linda Wark
Being in close proximity to their mother is really important for baby elephants. From birth until about the age of 6 months, a calf will stay within contact distance of their mother nearly all the time. Once they are over a year old they start to increase their distance from their mother, males more so than females. Especially when there are games to get involved in!
Being in close proximity to their mother is really important for baby
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Susan Robert
Róisín McIntyre
Wonderful to see so many Kenyans get involved in raising local awareness to protect elephants. Wishing Jim and the team luck on their 617Km walk. [ Xinhuanet.com Link ]

Kenyan wildlife campaigners kick off 617 km walk to save elephants - Xinhua | English.news.cn

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Last chance! Hand-made unique jewellery made in support of our field operations. Today is the last day of this sale in aid of ATE: [ Etsy.com Link ] #elephant #sale #charity #handmade #bohemian #jewellery #kenya #amboseli #goodcause
Last chance Handmade unique jewellery made in support of our field operations
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Tammy Sprenkeling
Elena Faraone Argeri
Just 3 days remain on the chance to support our work by buying one of these hand-made necklaces. Buy yous today: [ Etsy.com Link ]
Just 3 days remain on the chance to support our work by
Brenda Szasz
#TBT This weeks throwback features Dr Harvey Croze taking measurements in the field in 1974. He was instrumental in ATE's founding years, and was involved in ATE's work for over four decades. Today he is a friend, collaborating researcher, and accomplished scientist. Watch Dr Cynthia Moss talk about how ATE came to be: [ Youtube.com Link ]
TBT This weeks throwback features Dr Harvey Croze taking measurements in the
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Richard Han
Leslie Christopherson
Cattle Egrets on elephants backs are a typical sight in Amboseli. Keep Amboseli's elephants close to your heart by wearing one of these unique hand-made pendants. Buy yours now and support ATE work: [ Etsy.com Link ]
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Cattle Egrets on elephants backs are a typical sight in Amboseli Keep
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An interesting take on what the recent developments in the ivory trade ban actually mean and which countries and organizations are still opposing the ban. [ Davecurrey.com Link ]
An interesting take on what the recent developments in the ivory trade

ELEPHANTS: CAN THEY SURVIVE? | Dave Currey Photographer Writer Environmentalist

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Carolyn Fear
Terri Melloway
Hey guys, dont miss out on this limited edition offer. This is just one of the many hand-made and unique pieces of jewelry made in aid of ATE's field operations. ATE benefits from every sale so buy yours now :) [ Etsy.com Link ]
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Teal and Gray Elephant Necklace

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Limited edition sale! Buy these handmade one of a kind pendants and support ATE's field operations. Sale closes on the 10th of April so dont miss you chance to buy yours: [ Etsy.com Link ]
Limited edition sale Buy these handmade one of a kind pendants and
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Maria McKague
Rubin Coco
A chubby smiling baby elephant enjoying himself :) Have a wonderful weekend everyone!
A chubby smiling baby elephant enjoying himself : Have a wonderful weekend everyone
Lisa Hall
Kalevi Aho
Diane Brand
Partnering with talented artists across the world to help elephants! These unique hand-made pendants are on sale for the next ten days. Each one is lovingly hand made by artist Suzanne Brindamour, no piece is the same and a potion of each sale goes towards our field operations. Buy yours now! [ Etsy.com Link ]
Partnering with talented artists across the world to help elephants These unique
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Margaret Mueller
Today China is closing 67 ivory workshops and retails stores and by the end of the year all will be closed. Let's hope it means that this elephant calf can grow up in a better world than her parents did.
Today China is closing 67 ivory workshops and retails stores and by
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Julie Smith
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