Published 1988 by U.S. G.P.O., For sale by the Supt. of Docs.,Congressional Sales Office, U.S. G.P.O. in Washington .
Written in EnglishRead online
|LC Classifications||KF27 .M447 1988c|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 254 p. :|
|Number of Pages||254|
|LC Control Number||88602969|
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The Elephant Whisperer book. Read 2, reviews from the world's largest community for readers. When South African conservationist Lawrence Anthony was a /5. The book contains biological data on African elephants, a list of acronyms, a glossary, bibliography and index.
The dust jacket provides biographies and a portrait of artist Paul Bosman and writer Anthony Hall-Martin. This impressive collaboration will appeal to all those interested in wildlife, conservation, wildlife art and armchair travel.5/5(3).
The book joins together the voices and vision of scientists, lawmakers, rangers, conservationists, and on-the-ground researchers to speak out against elephant killings, to close loopholes in international law that allow the ivory trade to continue, and to pay tribute to the thousands who work to protect the animals, including African /5(28).
An Elephant in the Garden- Michael Morpurgo (): (Fiction grades ) Lizzie and Karl’s mother is a zoo keeper; the family has become attached to an orphaned elephant named Marlene, who will be destroyed as a precautionary measure so she and the other animals don’t run wild should the zoo be hit by family persuades the zoo director to let Marlene stay in their garden instead.
This extract from the book outlines the ways you can get involved in elephant conservation. How to get involved & make a difference in the elephant crisis As a traveller to Africa – and being someone who wants to make a contribution – species protection and taking care of their habitats is a great place to get involved.
A key pillar of our work is partnering with rural communities to work towards human-elephant coexistence. 80% of the remaining elephant population require land outside of protected areas, bringing them into contact and competition with humans.
African Elephant conservation. African Elephants are one of the most heavily poached mammals in the world. Historic and ongoing demand for ivory is the leading reason behind their slaughter, with habitat destruction, fragmentation and rapid human development posing significant threats also.
The African Elephant population that once showed promising signs of recovery, could be at risk due to the recent surge in poaching for the illegal ivory trade.
Learn more about the African elephant, as well as the threats this species faces, what WWF is. Thankfully, in JanuaryAfrican elephant conservation projects scored a huge win as the international ivory ban was passed.
This ban closed all legal ivory markets in Europe, Asia and America. As an unexpected positive consequence, illegal poaching also diminished as ivory stopped being a saleable commodity. Lawrence Anthony (17 September – 2 March ) was an international conservationist, environmentalist, explorer and bestselling author.
He was the long-standing head of conservation at the Thula Thula game reserve in Zululand, South Africa, and the Founder of The Earth Organization, a privately registered, independent, international conservation and environmental group with a strong. Name: African Elephant (Loxodonta africana) Age: Elephants can live to the age of 70 Population Estimate:-Conservation Status: Vulnerable Countries where African Elephants live: Angola; Benin; Botswana; Burkina Faso; Cameroon; Central African Republic.
The physiology and natural diets of African species including lion, leopard, African wild dog and elephant. Native African plants, reptiles, amphibians and birds in the Okavango Delta; Behaviour. Natural animal behaviour in a region that is unfenced, unmanaged and has little human intervention; The mass migration of large herds of animals.
Species. The African elephant is listed as a threatened species. It is considered to be a single species, Loxodonta africana with two subspecies, L.a.
cyclotis (forest elephant) and L.a. africana (savanna elephant). Some recent genetic research has suggested that the forest elephant is genetically different from the savanna elephant and represent a separate species of elephant (Comstock et al.
Located on approximately 1, acres in Somerset, PA, the International Conservation Center (ICC) is North America’s premier conservation, research, education, breeding, and training facility, specializing in the care and breeding of African elephants.
The ICC is the only center of its kind with such a strong focus on this beautiful and threatened animal, and enables the Pittsburgh Zoo to. Story at a glance. 20, African elephants are killed every year for their tusks.
If conservation efforts aren't improved, experts say the African elephant could go extinct by The African elephant is the largest land mammal on Earth and perhaps one of the most intelligent. While zoos may appear to be educational and conservation-oriented, most are designed with the needs and desires of the visitors in mind, not the needs of the animals.
Many animals in. Elephant genetics guide conservation Date: Novem Source: Penn State Summary: A large-scale study of African elephant genetics in Tanzania reveals the history of elephant.
Love Brand & Co. is committed to elephant conservation, and 5% of their profits go to Elephant Family, The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust and Tusk Trust.
Get these swim trunks for £ 8. Sincethe population of African elephants has rebounded in many countries and in the populations of Botswana, Namibia and Zimbabwe were down-listed to Appendix II. Since then the African elephant has had a split-listing and, although many proposals aimed at altering levels of regulation have occurred, only one has been approved.
Photographic art and conservation biology are a potent combination in this new book celebrating the power and beauty of the world's elephants. Photos accompanied by an informative text by leading conservation biologist Dr. Samuel Wasser and an introduction by.
The thought of an African Elephant often conjures up a romantic image of a herd of the gentle giants strolling across a grassy Savannah. Here at the Great Projects, we can offer you the chance to experience this incredible sight up close whilst also aiding in the conservation efforts of the African Elephant.
The African elephant (Loxodonta) is a genus comprising two living elephant species, the African bush elephant (L. africana) and the smaller African forest elephant (L. cyclotis).Both are herbivores and live in groups. They have grey skin and differ in the size of their ears and tusks, and in the shape and size of their skulls.
Both species are listed as Vulnerable species on the IUCN Red List Class: Mammalia. The South African Environment and Agriculture Ministries are moving along the path towards the adoption of this legislation, which is dotted with legal gaps.
Yet conservation groups aren’t shocked by the move, as the amendments aim in part to regulate the wildlife farming industry, which supplies trophy animals to hunters and lion bones to.
"The fabric and way of life of local communities, and even for the industries and conservation organizations that exist in African forests, have largely been shaped by elephant landscape design.
Get creative A group of photographers and writers published a book The NGO raises funds to deliver these plans, and offers grants to ensure long-term conservation. Tears of the African Elephant. African Elephant Conservation Trust is headquartered in Newburyport, MA, and is a (c)(3) organization.
EIN: Donations are tax-deductible. The IRS' NTEE classification is Protection of Endangered Species within the Animal-Related category.
The. The Living Elephants is the authoritative resource for information on both Asian and African elephants. From the ancient origins of the proboscideans to the present-day crisis of the living elephants, this volume synthesizes the behavior, ecology and conservation of elephants, while covering also the history of human interactions with elephants, all within the theoretical framework of 4/5(1).
African elephants are a good example. According to the Red List maintained by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), Loxodonta africana is not.
When it comes to wildlife conservation in Africa no single species challenges our knowledge of their influence, their impact on ecosystems and our ability to manage protected areas effectively more than African elephants.
When elephants roamed freely across sub-Saharan Africa the vast expanse absorbed any negative impacts they had on the ecosystems.
A large-scale study of African elephant genetics in Tanzania reveals the history of elephant populations, how they interact, and what areas may be. African elephants are a keystone species, meaning they play a critical role in their known as "ecosystem engineers," elephants shape their habitat in many ways.
During the dry. Book Reviews: 'Giants Of The Monsoon Forest' Studies Working Elephants In Asia With details at once compelling and disturbing, geographer Jacob Shell describes the lives of the elephants.
Consequently, government conservation agencies are rarely able to effectively control poaching, as witnessed in the incessant rhino, elephant. The African Elephant Conservation Fund is accepting project proposals for the conservation of the African elephant (Loxodonta africana).
InCongress passed the African Elephant Conservation Act in response to the alarming decline of African elephant populations. The Act provides for the. African Wildlife Foundation works with people on all levels— from governments to communities—to set land aside specifically for wildlife use, and in some cases, purchase land to set it aside for conservation.
Habitat loss poses a long-term threat to African elephant ific name: Loxodonta africana. Elephants are fascinating intelligent and emotional beings. In his seminal new book called Thirty-Three Ways of Looking at an Elephant, award-winning author Dale Peterson offers a.
African Journal of Ecology, 50, (Download PDF) Ofithile, M. () Seasonal effects on the ecology and sociality of male African elephants (Loxodonta africana) in the Okavango Delta, Botswana.
Masters Thesis, University of Bristol (email [email protected] for a PDF). Overview African and Asian elephants are two distinct species, which belong to separate genera. They are generally similar in size, appearance, physiology, and social behavior (Eltringham ; McKay ). The African elephant is the largest land mammal with the Asian elephant coming in as.
African conservationists sound alarm overrise in human-elephant strife Chief executive officer of Elephant Protective Initiative (EPI) Foundation John Scanlon said that urbanisation, shrinking habitat and climatic shocks were behind the spike in violent encounters between African communities and the iconic mammal.
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — A large-scale study of African elephant genetics in Tanzania reveals the history of elephant populations, how they interact, and what areas may be critical to conserve in order to preserve genetic diversity for species conservation. Wildlife conservation to go commercial under new law (Rwanda) By Julius Bizimungu, New Times.
Private companies seeking to venture into wildlife conservation for commercial gain will now be allowed to do so, thanks to a new law that governs biological diversity and wildlife in Rwanda, whose draft was approved by the cabinet last week.Facts about African Elephants 7: features.
The interesting features that you can spot on African elephants include the tusk and large ears. Both male and female have tusks. Facts about African Elephants 8: range. African elephant is originated from African continent. You can find this big animals living in 37 countries in Africa.
African elephants are considered vulnerable, with someleft in the wild—down from as many as 10 million in Poaching and habitat loss pose significant threats to the animals in.