GMFER : Global March For Elephants & Rhinos 2018 is Postponed Until Spring 2019
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GMFER : Global March For Elephants & Rhinos 2018 is Postponed Until Spring 2019

  There will not be a Global March For Elephants & Rhinos in autumn of 2018, the time of year it is traditionally held. According to their Facebook page GMFER will be postponed “to immediately precede CITES CoP18”. “Why? We need strategic ACTION!” approximate date Saturday 13 April 2019 #GMFER2018 #Justice4Earth #Justice4All     Please … Continue reading »

National Elephant Appreciation Day  22 September 2018 : We Love Elephants
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National Elephant Appreciation Day 22 September 2018 : We Love Elephants

At Elephant Spoken Here we love elephants. Show how much you love elephants this National Elephant Appreciation Day 22 September 2018 by doing one of the following:   Share your love of elephants with a friend & share this elephant website / elephant blog with your friends as well, ElephantSpokenHere.com       Support elephant … Continue reading »

Wassana : Elephant of the Week at Boon Lott’s Elephant Sanctuary : Fortune
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Wassana : Elephant of the Week at Boon Lott’s Elephant Sanctuary : Fortune

Name: Wassana Meaning of Name: Wassana means Fortune in Thai Gender: Female Age: not given; most likely an adult elephant Formerly: Trekking elephant & part time logging elephant Hardships Endured: Abuse by bullhook from her previous owner; injury from stepping on a land mine A perceptive pachyderm: Wassana knew that she could communicate to Katherine Connor … Continue reading »

Concern For Sweet Baby Elephant Discovered in South Africa Without His Trunk :  Animated Video Shows the Importance of an Elephant’s Trunk
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Concern For Sweet Baby Elephant Discovered in South Africa Without His Trunk : Animated Video Shows the Importance of an Elephant’s Trunk

An African baby elephant has recently been sighted with his elephant herd in Kruger National Park and it wasn’t a heartwarming moment. Sadly, the little elephant was missing his iconic trunk. Whether the maiming was caused by the attack of a predator, such as a crocodile or a lion, or by a poacher’s snare is unknown. … Continue reading »

Pang Suai : Elephant of the Week at Boon Lott’s  Elephant Sanctuary  : Miss Beautiful
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Pang Suai : Elephant of the Week at Boon Lott’s  Elephant Sanctuary  : Miss Beautiful

Name: Pang Suai Meaning of Name: ‘suai’ in Thai means ‘beautiful’ Gender: Female Age:  Now in her 40s  (” …in her 30s” when she arrived at BLES in 2009.) Personality: “large and strong” Formerly: Logging elephant Hardships Endured:  leg broken completely in two & most likely never medically attended to Where Now: Boon Lott’s Elephant … Continue reading »

Pang Fai : Elephant of the Week at BLES : Light
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Pang Fai : Elephant of the Week at BLES : Light

Name: Pang Fai Meaning of Name: ‘fai’ in Thai is ‘light’ Gender: Female Age: “elderly, …in her 50s” Personality: “sweet, gentle and curious” Formerly: Logging elephant Former home: Baan Na Ton Chan close by to BLES Where Now: Boon Lott’s Elephant Sanctuary Location: near the village of Baan Tuek in Sukhothai, North Thailand   Pang … Continue reading »

Happy World Elephant Day 12 August 2018 & Elephant Spoken Here Turns Three!
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Happy World Elephant Day 12 August 2018 & Elephant Spoken Here Turns Three!

Elephants are special in every way. Share your love of elephants and help save the species on this World Elephant Day.       Elephant Spoken Here celebrates our Third Anniversary on 12 August 2018. For there cannot be a world without elephants.     Watch a sweet newborn elephant on video “Elephant Baby – First … Continue reading »

Don’t Forget World Elephant Day on 12 August 2018 :  ‘Elevents’ are Taking Place Around the World & Two Gatherings Give Prominence to Lucy the Elephant in Canada Who Desperately Needs Our Help
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Don’t Forget World Elephant Day on 12 August 2018 : ‘Elevents’ are Taking Place Around the World & Two Gatherings Give Prominence to Lucy the Elephant in Canada Who Desperately Needs Our Help

For this seventh annual World Elephant Day there is still time to join in on the ‘Elevents’ taking place in cities and towns and villages around the world to help save our African & Asian Elephants. And two special events are being hosted for Lucy the zoo elephant who has not been forgotten by elephant … Continue reading »

The Greatest Close Encounter With Elephants Ever, Caught on Video : “Three Thirsty Elephants” Sipping at the Lodge Pool
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The Greatest Close Encounter With Elephants Ever, Caught on Video : “Three Thirsty Elephants” Sipping at the Lodge Pool

An experience of a lifetime occurred recently for a couple on holiday in Kruger National Park when they looked up from their loungers at their safari lodge and found themselves in the shadows of three very thirsty wild bull elephants. Filmed by fellow lodgers the man and woman wisely remained stock-still as the foraging elephants … Continue reading »

Human – Elephant Conflict : Sumatran Elephant Discovered Dead on Palm Oil Plantation & Officials Fear Another “Deliberate Poisoning” of the Critically Endangered Species
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Human – Elephant Conflict : Sumatran Elephant Discovered Dead on Palm Oil Plantation & Officials Fear Another “Deliberate Poisoning” of the Critically Endangered Species

“Dozens of Sumatran elephants have been killed in recent years,” the result of human-elephant conflict. In July 2018 another female elephant, age 10, was discovered dead in the “Jambo Reuhat village in North Aceh” in Sumatra (again on a palm oil plantation, the deforestation of which continues to deplete an elephant’s natural habitat & at … Continue reading »