Their research commenced in 2003 as Save the Elephants – South Africa, and draws on data collected over almost two decades. The research contributes towards the long-term survival of the African elephant, thereby maintaining the vital diversity of our world. If elephants are to survive, they need scientific knowledge and an intimate understanding of their movements and needs.
Their quest involves delivering research solutions which acknowledge elephants as an integral part of the ecosystem they occupy. They work towards achieving a greater understanding of the complex relationships that elephants have with each other and their surroundings, including the people with whom they share their world.See more