Photo gallery for Latest IFAW blog post: Flexibility Brings Success for the GBs

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GarbaTulla getting feisty. I love this image so much, I had to include it in the gallery, although I used it in last month's IFAW post. She got very cross with these impala, who came running into the middle of the family.

GarbaTulla getting feisty. I love th ...
Gerard lost his mother in 2007 but h ...
Gabby is one of the young females wh ...
Galana has the youngest calf in the ...
Looking for the GBs one day, we enco ...
Gail leads the GB2 family, and benef ...
One of the areas the GBs like is als ...
Working hard... my preferred spot wh ...

Latest IFAW blog post: Flexibility Brings Success for the GBs

Tue, 2011-08-09 17:48 by Vicki

What a month it's been! ATE has been exceptionally busy with attending the ivory burning at Manyani and our collaring operation. Our core monitoring and research activities also continue of course, and I confess it's good to spend more time with the elephants now these big events are over.

My latest post is an introduction to the GB family, as one of the IFAW study families; click here to go to the post. Here are some of my favourite pictures of the GBs, along with a few pictures from other small field adventures over the last few weeks. There's even a picture of me this time, but I promise that won't be a regular occurrence.

Best wishes to all from me and the Amboseli team,

Vicki