Archive: June, 2015

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Jun2015
STAGGERING RM19 MIL OF ILLEGAL IVORY: Putrajaya in global spotlight for the wrong reasons - AGAIN! (Malaysia) Written by Zairil Khir Johari, Malaysia Chronicle June 10, 2015 The trafficking of ivory is a very serious global concern, as the trade has caused many animals such as elephants and rhinos to come under threat ... Read More

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Jun2015
We have introduced a Loyalty Card for local residents living between Tsitsikamma and Mossel Bay - apply today and take advantage of free tours, specials and discounts

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Jun2015
Are you a proud dad? Bring your family and celebrate Father's Day on the 21st of June with a 'Be Touched by an Elephant Tour'...Dads get in for FREE!!

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Jun2015

Volunteers go back to school…Sticky Post

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The Knysna Elephant Park's on-site research unit (AERU-African Elephant Research Unit) and volunteer programme recently started collaborating with Plett-based Volunteering SA in an effort to help them with their education efforts at local school, Phakamasani Primary. Volunteering SA was established by Willie and Pippa Ford. Willie is from Zimbabwe and ... Read More

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Jun2015

Tembi turns 2!Sticky Post

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Last month the Knysna Elephant Park celebrated the second birthday of the youngest member of our elephant family. Tembi was born on the 21st May 2013 - she is the feisty young daughter of Tosha and Harry! Being Harry’s 2nd born she is also the little sister of Shungu, who ... Read More

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Jun2015
BY ANN AND STEVE TOON, Earth Island Journal JUNE 1, 2015 South Africa is struggling with too many animals and too little open land. In Central and East Africa, poachers are killing tens of thousands of elephants a year, threatening the very survival of the species. In South Africa, however, conservationists are ... Read More