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yesterday at 16:31. Facebook
A grey and rainy summer's day reminds us of this misty day we spent with the Mabenzi family in Gorongosa National Park in 2013. There is a certain quiet intimacy that descends with foggy weather, when sounds are dampened and one feels enveloped by the atmosphere - elephants, trees and all. #natgeo
A grey and rainy summers day reminds us of this misty day
Patty M. Atkinson
Elena Faraone Argeri
ElephantVoices
ElephantVoices
06/22/2017 at 15:36. Facebook
Ann Smith is a dear friend of ours from Jackson Hole/Santa Barbara. She is a wonderful person with whom we have had a lot of fun over the years. This heartwarming little film about Ann and her dog, Bandit, was made for an annual event of PAWS ([ Pawsofjh.org) Link ], an animal welfare organisation that she founded in Jackson Hole 18 years ago. Despite not being about elephants - we want to...
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Ann Smith is a dear friend of ours from Jackson HoleSanta Barbara

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Michael Prizant
Pam Gardill
ElephantVoices
ElephantVoices
06/20/2017 at 16:51. Facebook
This photograph was taken just prior to departing from our latest field-trip to Gorongosa; saying goodbye and thank you to a few of the people who are making a difference in the world of conservation and to the future of Gorongosa National Park. From left to right, Greg Carr (President Carr Foundation, [ Nautil.us Link ], Joyce, Jason Denlinger (Research Manager), Dominique Dโ€™Emille (elephant...
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This photograph was taken just prior to departing from our latest fieldtrip
Michael Prizant
Carole Vivien Malinda
Yannick ZeGerman
ElephantVoices
ElephantVoices
06/17/2017 at 19:35. Facebook
An article well worth reading - the battle for the future of elephants is not over any time soon.
An article well worth reading the battle for the future of elephants

'If we stopped poaching tomorrow, elephants would still be in big trouble'

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Kathy Biegenwald
Elaine Hancock
Nicole Therriault
We are delighted that Park Warden in Gorongosa National Park Mateus Mutemba ([ Gorongosa.org Link ] has been selected as one of National Geographicโ€™s Emerging Explorers this year. It is always a pleasure to meet Mateus and feel his strong dedication for spectacular, 4,000 square kilometer Gorongosa - where we have been studying elephants since 2011. On Friday Mateus left the Park heading for...
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We are delighted that Park Warden in Gorongosa National Park Mateus Mutemba

National Geographic Emerging Explorer Mateus Mutemba: Ambassador for Conservation-based Prosperity

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Rob Herbst
Pequeno Tony stands facing the camera (third from the left) in a section of a group of 40 elephants, looking a little hesitant. Mwana Nzo, the trouble-making, tuskless female of the notorious Mabenzi family in Gorongosa National Park is behind him, and Viajante, the male with the collar, is in musth in front, while another older male is on his left.

Pequeno Tony is in his mid teens and needs...
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Pequeno Tony stands facing the camera third from the left in a
Patty M. Atkinson
Laura McCoy Cunningham
Sandra Clinger
It is always a pleasure to meet old elephant friends, whether in Gorongosa National Park or elsewhere, but it is with great excitement that we meet new families.

This is a member of the newly named BB family. It was a thrill to watch them walk past this little viewing window on a road with a wall of vegetation on either side, and to snap their ID photos one by one. This is gf0226 and her...
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It is always a pleasure to meet old elephant friends whether in
Ethel M. Kitchel
Pamela Glasier Kennedy
Anna Martinsson
Surrounded by thousands of birds, and numerous of other species, this is what we call the (elephant) Boulevard Pan, Gorongosa National Park. It felt like one of the most beautiful, peaceful places on earth today, despite being between Ambush Alley and Gauntlet Gully. Sadly we didn't see any elephants.
Surrounded by thousands of birds and numerous of other species this is
Ethel M. Kitchel
We have long wanted to see how we might use drone-technology in our work. During our time here in Gorongosa we have discovered just how valuable it can be and we are quite excited about what we find. Using the drone in a careful way, reading the elephants' body language so we avoid getting too close, we can keep a respectful distance while also getting important work done. With skittish...
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Michael Prizant
Gail Dalby
Deborah Fisher
Now I know why our seat cushions seem to disappear from our verandah in E.O. Wilson Biodiversity Lab, @gorongosapark Petter
Lorrie Gallardo
Debra Moore
Sandra Clinger
As one of the organisations that has written a letter to the Hong Kong authorities, we are grateful to Erik Solheim, head of the UN Environment Program, for his thoughtful article on the ivory trade in the South China Morning Post. Please read the article and share it with anyone you think needs to understand what is happening to elephants.
As one of the organisations that has written a letter to the

Why Hong Kong must declare a total ban on ivory trade

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Jean Young
Deborah Fisher
ElephantVoices drone pilot in action. Such a guy :) Joyce in @gorongosapark
Sam Blight
Tammy Thompson
One of our favourite African landscapes: Acacia xanthophloea woodlands. Elephants like them, too! @gorongosapark
Mitch Stepro
Karen Harris
Carole Vivien Malinda
Today we tried to locate two satellite collared males who were near to Chitengo, HQ of Gorongosa National Park. The forest was very thick and although we knew they were not far away, we couldnโ€™t see them. All of a sudden a young male crashed through the trees and ran from the forest across the track behind us and back into the dense forest on the other side. The track is frequently used by...
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Today we tried to locate two satellite collared males who were near
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Jane Jones
Danielle Moras
Acacia xanthophloea against a foreboding sky. No elephants and we got rather wet, but the feeling of space and the extraordinary beauty made up for it. @gorongosapark
Acacia xanthophloea against a foreboding sky No elephants and we got rather
Lynn Davis
Just back from a 45 minute road block with Corajosa in charge. Read more about the elephants in Gorongosa National Park on [ Elephantvoices.org Link ]
Louise Kahler
Karin Hackl
To spend time with one of the earthโ€™s โ€œbig tuskersโ€ is a privilege. This is Little Male in musth, whom we saw several times in Amboseli last year. He has been known since he was a baby. Over the years Little Male has gathered unique knowledge about the Amboseli ecosystem and the changes it has gone through over the last few decades. His movements are slow, contemplative and purposeful. He is a...
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Jay Trilling
Denita Donnelly
Lori Paige DuVall-Jackson
It was a real thrill to see gf0073 here in Gorongosa National Park yesterday. We first met her and her family in 2013 and we haven't seen her since then, not even on our motion-triggered cameras! Here she is pictured as she pauses in the middle of the track to J-Sniff. She is a formidable elephant. National Geographic WildiZe Foundation
It was a real thrill to see gf0073 here in Gorongosa National
Louise Short
Leslie Christopherson
Deborah Fisher
If you have a minute or so - you may enjoy watching Joaquim and some of the other wonderful elephants in Gorongosa National Park. In the little video clip we are sharing a meeting we had with them just a few hours ago.

Early this morning Petter flew in the Bat Hawk to look for elephants and saw a group on the โ€œThree-Pan Loopโ€, Gorongosa National Park. We noted that there was a satellite...
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If you have a minute or so you may enjoy watching Joaquim

Meet elephant Joaquim and friends in Gorongosa National Park

Early this morning Petter flew in the Bat Hawk to look for elephants and saw a group on the โ€œThree-Pan Loopโ€, Gorongosa National Park. We noted that there wa...

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Lori Paige DuVall-Jackson
Daniele Hoffmann
Michael Prizant
We had a great day with elephants today, and will share a snippet with you later:-). We identified quite a few individuals in two families from the Pungue Clan, and made good progress with (for us) a new tool that is proving very productive for part of our particular work:-).
We had a great day with elephants today and will share a
Sharon Urick
Dennis Pressley
Daniele Hoffmann