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EWB: conservation research to improve wildlife management, promote environmental awareness, striving to ensure a compatible future between people and wildlife
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ElephantsWoutBorders Apr 9
It just takes a visit to the orphanage and one understands how both the orphans and caretakers have become ambassadors for conservation within the community. (Thank you James...
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ElephantsWoutBorders Apr 7
"When there is teamwork and collaboration, wonderful things can be achieved.” Community Giving: EWB assisted the Kazangula Village Extension Team extending their hand to select community members in need,...
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ElephantsWoutBorders Apr 2
Fabulous successful joint effort rescue today! A baby giraffe caught in a fence, noticeably alive, was called in to Elephants Without Borders by a pilot flying for Rhino Conservation Botswana. Due to its...
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ElephantsWoutBorders Mar 31
Despite the drought we are experiencing in northern Botswana, our solar electric fence farmer in Kavimba, is reaping his first successful bean and Sorghum harvest, free from elephant raiding . This is a result of...
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ElephantsWoutBorders Mar 30
Our connection to Earth and nature is undeniable: our planet's gain is everyone’s gain. Nature not only provides us with all the things we need to live - from the air we breathe to the water we drink, and from the shelter we need to the economy we...
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ElephantsWoutBorders Mar 29
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ElephantsWoutBorders Mar 24
A reminder of the massive collaborative effort across the African Continent, largest scientific project of its kind... 2016 results available at
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ElephantsWoutBorders Mar 22
Pula! Today is World Water Day, which is an annual UN observance day that highlights the importance of freshwater. The theme for this year’s International Water Day is “Leave no one behind”. The campaign...
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ElephantsWoutBorders Mar 19
EWB is proud contributors to this newly published, amazing book! Submitted chapters on both the Great Elephant Census and Botswana's elephant population and conservation efforts!...
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ElephantsWoutBorders Mar 18
A New Wildlife Surveying Technique: Using Satellite Imagery and Machine Learning to Detect and Monitor Elephants. EWB is proud to...
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ElephantsWoutBorders Mar 15
Kazangula Rising! Organized by VDC Kazangula and Botswana Gender Affairs Kasane, the community marched yesterday, as part of the 1 Billion Rising movement, International campaign against gender-based...
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ElephantsWoutBorders Mar 14
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ElephantsWoutBorders Mar 12
"If I hadn't looked upon her with my own eyes, I might not have believed that such an elephant could exist in our world."
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ElephantsWoutBorders Mar 7
Exciting update. Our first farmer owned solar powered electric fence is up and running in Kavimba village, in an effort to assist in reducing elephant crop raiding. As a part of our conflict &...
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ElephantsWoutBorders Feb 28
2018 Dry Season Aerial Survey of Elephants and Wildlife in Northern Botswana
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ElephantsWoutBorders Feb 27
“We have got to consider our international reputation as being a bastion for elephant conservation. We rely heavily on ecotourism – it’s our...
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ElephantsWoutBorders Feb 26
EWB Director, Dr. Mike Chase's personal statement in regards to reporting elephant poaching.
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ElephantsWoutBorders Feb 25
BBC News: the final results of the 2018 Aerial Survey of Botswana's elephants and wildlife was submitted to government in January at the same time BBC was invited to come to Botswana to document some of the results, with full...
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ElephantsWoutBorders Feb 24
Botswana contains roughly a third of Africa’s savanna elephants, but since 2010 the population appears to have plateaued. Although poaching has not reached the...
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ElephantsWoutBorders Feb 24
EWB response to yesterday's Press Release by Botswana PS on the 2018 aerial survey to ensure clarity of the Final report content submitted. Read or download it here:...
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