DSWT – David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust Videos
DSWT – David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust Videos – Saving elephants is the mandate of this amazing organization. Their incredible mission is stamped upon the souls of the Sheldrick family and all those who work at the trust. Their work involves the co-operation of many compassionate and dedicated people and legions of supporters and followers around the world.Read More»
DSWT – The Lifeline For Orphaned Elephants
DSWT – The Lifeline For Orphaned Elephants – The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust reminds us why we recognize World Elephant Day on August 12 and why we are marching for elephants – lions and rhinos in October. These majestic animals are threatened, poached and endangered.
Africa – Trip Of A Lifetime
Capture Africa Tours With Dick Berry
Africa – Trip Of A Lifetime – For many people in North or South America, the U.K. or Europe a trip to Africa would be considered one of those “once in a lifetime – quite possibly life changing” holidays. So if you’re going to do it – you do it right.Read More»
EllaPhant Angel – Ella is a smart, delightful young girl from Canada who adores elephants and made a decision to help them. She is a staunch supporter of The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust and absolutely loves “elephant related” gifts for birthdays and Christmas.
The Power Of One – Marilyn Nathanson
The Power Of One – Marilyn Nathanson – never let it be said that one person can’t make a difference. When you are feeling overwhelmed with all that is wrong with the world – then it’s time to think about what “you” can do to make a difference – and we can all help in or own unique way.Read More»
The True Cost Of Elephant Poaching
The true cost of elephant poaching in the macrocosm is impossible to calculate or comprehend – safe to say – that it is massive. Regardless of the species being poached – how does it affect the animal populations – are they able to sustain the endless onslaught? What about the land – the balance between species – the local people – the culture of an area and the international perception of a country? Then add in greed – cruelty – the corruption – the suffering – the shame – the senseless and unnecessary killing – the brutality – the fear and panic – the turmoil and finally the aftermath. Scattered herds, murdered matriarchs – lost wisdom – broken little elephant souls – death and destruction.Read More»
International Elephant March – Toronto
An Elephant March – International Elephant March – Toronto that started out with The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust and 15 cities ended up today – October 4, 2013 – with people in 42 cities around the world saying ENOUGH to the killing of elephants for their ivory.Read More»