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Other conservation organizations

  • ElephantVoices (http://www.ElephantVoices.org/)

    Whether you are a scientist, a wildlife manager, a politician with influence over "elephant policies", an elephant enthusiast or a person somewhere on the globe surfing on the world wide web - we do hope you will experience ElephantVoices as an informative and intriguing place to visit.

    A main goal for the project is to give easy access to years of field studies related to elephant communication - to elephant voices - while at the same time voice elephants interests. Through better understanding of these magnificent mammals we can help to ensure their future survival - which we think is vital for our environment, our planet in general and the prosperity, in different ways, of each one of us.

  • Born Free Foundation (http://bornfree.org.uk/)

    The Born Free Foundation is an international wildlife charity working with compassion to prevent cruelty, alleviate suffering and encourage everyone to treat all individual animals with respect.  Born Free believes wildlife belongs in the wild and is dedicated to the conservation of rare species in their natural habitat, and the phasing out of traditional zoos.

  • Elefriends Project (http://earthplatform.com/elefriends/project/)

    The Elefriends Project is part of the Born Free Foundation’s ‘Magnificent 7’—seven international Projects devoted to caring for individual animals and conserving their species in the wild. Elefriends is dedicated to caring for African and Asian elephants, both in the wild and in captivity.

    What does the Elefriends Project do?

    • Promotes Born Free’s core belief that wildlife belongs in the wild
    • Protects wild elephants and their habitat
    • Fights the brutal ivory trade
    • Investigates the plight of captive elephants
    • Helps care for rescued elephants
  • Kenya Wildlife Service (http://www.kws.org/)

    "On behalf of the Government of Kenya, Kenya Wildlife Service holds in trust for present and future generations locally, nationally and globally the biological diversity represented by its extraordinary variety of animals, plants and ecosystems ranging from coral reefs to alpine moorlands and from deserts to forests. Special emphasis is placed on conservation of large mammals found in few other places on earth."

  • African Conservation Foundation (http://africanconservation.org)

    The African Conservation Foundation (ACF) is a UK-Registered not-for-profit organisation, primarily concerned with education in Africa in the areas of environment and conservation. Its aims are to promote education and knowledge about conservation in Africa.

  • African Wildlife Foundation (http://awf.org/)

Elephants

  • BBC Science & Nature: Animals (http://www.bbc.co.uk/nature/wildfacts/factfiles/177.shtml)

    Brief species overview

  • Doug Aja's Wildlife Bronzes (http://geocities.com/ajabronze/)

    "Doug Aja is one of today's finest wildlife artists and a long-time supporter of the Amboseli project. We are proud to work closely with him to protect elephants in Amboseli and across Africa. His African Wildlife Bronzes capture the imagination with profoundly lifelike images in bronze sculpture."

  • TARA (http://africanrockart.org/)

    The Trust for African Rock Art, is the only Africa-based organisation dedicated to creating a permanent visual archive of Africa's rock art before it is too late, sharing this priceless archive with the world community and preserving today's most threatened sites, however remote, across the continent. The importance and significance of TARA's work has been endorsed by Nelson Mandela and Kofi Annan.

  • Echo of the Elephants: The Next Generation (http://pbs.org/wnet/nature/echo/)

Africa

  • The Original Ker & Downey Safaris (http://kerdowneysafari.com/)
  • Remote River Expeditions (http://remoterivers.com/)

    This is a very good company that does adventure travel in Africa, mostly rafting trips in Ethiopia, Madagascar and Tanzania.  The owners of this company have helped AERP in many ways over the years.

  • Mountain Travel Sobek (http://mtsobek.com/)
  • JamboKenya (http://jambokenya.com/)

    Comprehensive Information about Kenya

  • Moja.com (http://moja.com/)

    In the East African language of Swahili, “Moja” means “One.” “MOJA.COM” was chosen as the domain name for this newspaper and information source on East Africa because Swahili is one of the two languages that unify Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda. The other is English. Moja.com has more than 250 carefully selected links to web sites on a wide range topics about East Africa. The traveler, the businessman, and the Swahili and African Studies student will find useful information here. Enjoy discovering East Africa through “MOJA.COM.”

  • Africa Online (http://africaonline.com/)

    Africa Online is the premier provider of internet communications services throughout Africa.


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