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A Rare Rhino Encounter

White rhino in South Africa

It was a cool and rainy morning for a game drive. The weather and lush green landscape, combined with the curves in the road, made it difficult to spot wildlife until we were within close proximity.

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AWF’s Board Chair Remembers Satao

AWF Board Chair David Thomson reflects on the death of an elephant bull near Amboseli National Park.

I was heartbroken when I heard the news about the death of Satao, a mighty bull elephant recently killed by poachers in Kenya’s Tsavo National Park.

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The Time is Now to Save Africa's Elephants

Satao's body from an aerial view. Photo by Mark Deeble and Victoria Stone

Dear friends, I am a Mars scientist—not a wildlife activist. But I have been horrified to learn of the recent poaching of Satao, the beloved Kenyan elephant pictured here. He was poached for his ivory. The picture of his mutilated body is beyond words. 

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Elephants are Artists

Elephant flinging mud photo by: Marius Coetzee/mariuscoetzee.com

The Ancient Greek philosopher, Aristotle, once said that elephants were "the animal which surpasses all others in wit and mind."

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Africa’s Summer Bird: The White Stork

White stork. Photo by Alejandro Tawil

Birds of a feather will flock together, especially when they are trying to escape the cold, winters of Western and Central Europe.

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