Monthly Archives: June 2011

Hyena Clash

This morning as I was sitting in the office doing some work, Chris one of the managers came running in and told us to come and see. Quickly Mphoeng and I jumped out of our seat and ran outside. We ran behind Chris as he explained that there were hyenas around going crazy. Just then […]

Memorial Football Match

The African elephant faces an uncertain future. Over 70% of the population is struggling to survive outside of protected areas; trying to make their way in a sea of humanity. Human-Elephant conflict is on the rise in Botswana, whilst the African elephant population is being decimated in many other countries due to the illegal ivory […]

Riding the Dragon

This summer will see Simon and I complete the final stage of our Tri-Continent Triathlon. EfA’s research and education projects in Botswana desperately need another vehicle to conduct their projects effectively. Through our fundraising, we hope to raise enough money to buy a second-hand 4×4. So far, we have climbed Kilimanjaro and run the New […]

Picture Update

Here is a selection of photos from this past week, Enjoy!

Stuck

Yesterday, Kate and I decided to go out and look for elephants. Since I am not yet use to all of the roads as there seems to be a network of them, we picked route 5 to drive. Halfway to the start of the route as we were crossing this small bridge made out of logs […]

Have a Wild time at the Bristol Festival of Nature

On the weekend of 18-19th June, the Festival of Nature returns to Bristol to unleash the city’s wild side this summer and Elephants for Africa will once more have a stall. As the biggest event of its kind in the UK, this festival gives wildlife enthusiasts of all ages the opportunity to get up close […]

Make a Donation

Now you can make a difference wherever you are! Just text: ELEP01 £5 to 70070 to donate to Elephants For Africa today. JustTextGiving by Vodafone (UK only at the moment)

Photo Update

Here is a look at some of the exciting times this past week!