from Photographers' Blog:

A village hunted by wild elephants

February 15, 2013

Kyar Chaung village, Myanmar

By Minzayar

It was a fine winter evening and the first frame I took was a silhouette of a farmer and his wife wearing ta-na-ka, riding on their cow carts, so at once, I thought this is a very nice village. But in fact, its people have been living in fear for several years.

from Photographers' Blog:

In the hunt for Malaysia’s endangered wild elephants

May 18, 2011

Trekking deep in Malaysia’s dense rainforest, a group of wildlife rangers went on a risky mission to locate and capture wild elephants in a bid to preserve the endangered species that are fast dwindling due to the loss of their natural habitat.

from Africa News blog:

In search of the rarest elephants

By Nicole Schafer
March 24, 2010












Dawn was breaking and wisps of mist rising through the dense trees as wildlife expert and author Gareth Patterson and I set off into the forest, in search of one of the last remaining elephants of South Africa’s Knysna forests.

from Oddly Enough Blog:

I’m off to run with the elephants, Mom…

July 26, 2009

Blog Guy, I don't like where my life is headed lately and I need to make some changes. Where can I get insight into other lifestyles?

from Environment Forum:

Long elephant memories may help with climate change-study

August 13, 2008

It's true -- elephants never forget. And that may mean the difference between life and death for herds coping with climate change.