SAVING ORPHANED BABY ELEPHANTS
Giving life to generations of elephants
Elephants are smart, emotional, self-aware,
and highly social creatures.
As well as being the largest land mammal,
elephants are a keystone species,
playing a vital role in shaping ecosystems and supporting the survival of other wildlife.
However, having roamed the wild for 15 million years, today, this iconic species faces the biggest threats to its survival due to ivory poaching, human-wildlife conflict, and habitat destruction.
Best known for their work to protect elephants, the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust operates the most successful orphan elephant rescue and rehabilitation program in the world. But they do much more than this.
To find out more about Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
and support wildlife in Kenya, visit their website: