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On your marks, get-set....... With rain falling throughout northern Botswana, EWB's latest collared zebra is preparing to start on her epic migration south from the Chobe floodplains
Photographed in Botswana, two elephant bulls spar in an epic battle....
This week, the Botswana Travel & Tourism Expo was held in Kasane and EWB was there to discuss and promote the positive conservation efforts moving forward in the country.
Elephants in the rain!... they survived the long, hot, dry season and now can feel the earth's bounty, enjoying the rain in Chobe... this is just 30 seconds of sharing their relief.
The rains have arrived in Botswana, filling up the natural pans and providing much needed relief after a long and tough dry season.
Just as EWB was participating in the Botswana Travel & Tourism Expo, the connection between conservation and the tourism industry here is obvious... But, it must go further:
Companies in the travel and tourism sectors must band together to combat the wildlife in crisis—not just for the sake of the wildlife, but for the sake of their livelihoods as well! Here is an interesting article in the...
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Stop the Poaching of Endangered Species to Save Lives and Livelihoods | The Huffington Post

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Happy 3 yr Birthday to lil' Naledi! You've beaten the odds through some hard times, especially at the beginning... Elephants Without Borders is thankful for being part of your life, having the privilege of watching you grow into a strong, playful and determined little elephant... You are a joy and inspiration!
Botswana is known as one of the last safe strongholds for elephants. Although during the dry season, the harsh environment forces wildlife to stay within walking distance to water sources. It is a test of resilience to survive.
Luckily now, the rains filling natural pans with needed water, are providing much relief to elephants and wildlife who can move to other areas within Botswana where...
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Elephant Refugees Flee to Last Stronghold in Africa

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Botswana is known as one of the last safe strongholds for elephants. Although during the dry season, the harsh environment forces wildlife to stay within walking distance to water sources. It is a test of resilience to survive.
Luckily now, the rains filling natural pans with needed water, are providing much relief to elephants and wildlife who can move to other areas within Botswana where...
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Elephant Refugees Flee to Last Stronghold in Africa

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Zimbabwe is losing tourist interest and enthusiasm every single day that these young elephant captures continue. Photographic tourists these days demand an ethical, honest and happy experience, otherwise many simply decide to take their tourism dollars elsewhere. Despite everything, photographic tourism is one of Zimbabwe’s biggest income generators. So why are ZimParks so broke? And why are...
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Hwange elephant captures - A discussion with Sharon Pincott - The Zimbabwean

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You still haven't missed your chance to watch EWB's work in "Wildways: Corridors of Life" airing again on PBS in the USA on Nova! Explore and learn why and how these corridors are life lines for wildlife across the Globe... USA, Africa and South America!
(full program can also be accessed fully on their site, too)
“We cannot continue to be silent or turn a blind eye as other countries benefit by stealing our natural heritage right under our noses. It is crucial we find ways to co-exist and benefit from the live animals... We need you to help our government do the right thing: raise awareness, raise funds for anti-poaching and education, and to help our subsistence communities co-exist and protect these...
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March for Elephants, Rhinos and Lions in Gaborone, Botswana

"The final DVD of our march for elephants rhinos and lions in Gaborone Botswana this year- watch to the end...it's thanks to New Look Studios brilliant job g...

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Always great when someone sends us a visual, reporting one of our monitored elephants is doing well... although we haven't seen him in a few months, "Big AL" was found enjoying some shade in the Okavango! Thanks for sharing, Jaco, Bushcraft's anti-poaching unit!
We agree... Just yesterday, EWB spent the day in Land Board meetings to add valuable input to the inception of Chobe District’s Integrated Land Use Plan...
“Local communities often pay the costs of elephant conservation without tangible benefits. Making sure the benefits generated from nature-based tourism, such as ecotourism safaris, are shared with communities who co-exist with elephants...
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Eco-tourism great for elephants AND people

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“This bolsters poaching estimates by eliminating the possibility of old, stockpiled ivory from artificially inflating the poaching estimates. It further highlights that African elephant are in real danger.” [ Psmag.com Link ]

Almost All Illegal Ivory Is Coming From Recently Killed Elephants

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Zimbabwe’s Environment Minister wants to sell her country’s ivory stockpile to China using an international legal loophole. Experts reply that not only is the minister misinformed that such a loophole exists but her assessment of the size and value of her nation’s stockpile is overestimated.
[ Ens-newswire.com Link ]

– Zimbabwe’s Plans to Sell Ivory to China Blocked | ENS

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"Spread the Love, Spread the Word, Spread the Herd!"
EWB is proud to be supported by the Mike McMillan Nature Fund. Through the #mikemcmillanherd and #mikesellies initiative every donation dedicated to MMNF will receive this elegant elephant decal so you can join the Mike McMillan herd! Monies donated will go towards EWB's first response wildlife rescue and will be committed to treating...
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Neighboring countries in stark contrast....M Kalinina reflects on what she experienced traveling between them. "Waco and Botswana are the voices and hope for the future of Africa where, in some parts, people and wildlife are learning to live in peace."
[ Nationalgeographic.com Link ]

A Tale of Two Countries: Zimbabwe and Botswana, Neighbors with Opposing Attitudes toward Wildlife

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EWB, working with DWNP, takes action in providing fast, first-response, in-situ treatment for wild animals in distress and emergencies. If sighted and called in in a timely manner, cases as these can be addressed with swift action and the animal rescued with minimized harm. Check out the new webpage and please consider supporting these efforts. [ Elephantswithoutborders.org Link ]

Wildlife Rescue - Elephants Without Borders

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