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Supporting African wildlife conservation via partnerships with luxury safari accommodation
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PHOTO 22: The second to last in this series of elephant celebrations. We loved this thoughtful elephant image. It was taken by George Mimoza at our partner +Kariega Game Reserve in the Eastern Cape region of South Africa.
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PHOTO 21: Experiencing elephants this close is beautiful and terrifying! This picture was taken at our partner Saruni Mara in the Mara North conservancy in Kenya's Maasai Mara.
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PHOTO: 20. We're almost at the end of our elephant journey with our partner safari lodges. This bull elephant was photographed as he walked through the  Nxabega Tented Camp in the Okavango Delta in Botswana. Photo courtesy Suzie Mackley. This is an incredible safari destination. Find out more here: http://openafrica.org/safaris/lodges/static/nxabega-wildlife-conservation
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PHOTO 19: Elephant family off to wash after their sand bath. This picture was taken near our partner Loisaba Wilderness Lodge in northern Kenya. Image courtesy Tui De Roy.
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PHOTO 18: Elephant twins! Awesome pic taken by the team at the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy. Amazing that the In first elephants moved through the area less than 10 years ago to avoid increased levels of poaching that were occurring in the north of Kenya. The area now hosts approximately 300 elephant depending on the season. Yippeee!
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PHOTO 17: Please help spread awareness to protect African elephants. Former Chinese NBA (National Basketball Association) player and +WildAid ambassador 姚明 Yao Ming stands behind the carcass of an elephant in Northern Kenya near our partner lodge Ol Pejeta Bush Camp. China is said to be the main destination for illegal ivory and Yao is making a documentary to try to stop poaching. Photo courtesy Kristian Schmidt. We hope it helps.
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PHOTO 16: Guests at our partner Kitich Camp in Kenya have the opportunity to enjoy guided walks with Samburu and Ndorobo warriors. Wouldn't you love this experience with elephants?
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PHOTO 15: We are nearing the end of our 20 photos from our safari lodge partners that aims to spread awareness to stop killing elephants for ivory. This beautiful picture makes me want to be there! It was taken at our partner Joy's Camp in Kenya’s Samburu district. The Camp is named in honor and memory of the author of Born Free, Joy Adamson. Her love for African wildlife lives on with the +Born Free Foundation – an NGO dedicated to keeping wildlife in the wild.
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PHOTO 14: This picture makes me think that the elephant has something to say. Elephants do communication at a frequency much lower than we can hear. Find out more via the Elephant Listening Project (http://elephantlisteningproject.com/). Thanks to our partner Borana Ranch for the photo.
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