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

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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.