The International Elephant Foundation is now accepting proposals for 2019 Elephant Conservation and Research Funding Support for African elephants, Asian elephants, and Ex-situ conservation and research projects.
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To say that the Elephant Department at Wildlife Safari stays busy is an understatement. After over a year of fundraising through auctions, elephant art, and special encounters, they celebrated the opening of the all-new Tembo Trek habitat expansion in July! This amazing celebration also coincided with the 37th birthday of their herd’s special guy, George.
Bunta, a patrol elephant working to protect his wild cousins in the Aceh province of Sumatra was found dead on June 9th, a victim of poisoning by poachers. Bunta was found with one of his tusks brutally removed. The 27-year-old critically endangered Sumatran elephant had worked with forest rangers, mahouts, and other trained […]
Photo: Stephen teaching knot skills to delegates at an annual EMA conference. Photo Courtesy of Daryl Hoffman
The International Elephant Foundation is saddened to announce the passing of Stephen Eisele, a valued colleague and friend to many in the elephant industry for over 20 years. He was a long-standing member of the […]
Elephants are being poisoned by poachers throughout Zimbabwe and Southern Africa.
Local PBS affiliates have partnered with IEF to support elephant conservation during their pledge drives.
Remember the days when you’d throw your loose change in a jar and forget about it?
The Asian Elephant Range States Meeting (AsERSM) was held at the Shangri La Hotel in Jakarta, Indonesia, April 18-20, 2017.
IEF now has Elephant eCards. Send one, send many. Delight your friends and family. Send for an occasion or just to say "hello"