Interview With An Elephant Ranger

Elephants are being killed in outrageous numbers that their entire population in Africa cannot statistically nor biologically sustain. The elephants will all be killed in less than 10 years if the ivory trade does not come to a complete halt, there is a surprising lack of foresight from China considering that the object they are […]

An Elephant’s Last Goodbye

An elephant’s last goodbye is something to never forget. Goodbyes are difficult, often painfully sad…and when elephants say goodbye it is no different if even more emotionally profound. Elephants have funerals and if you don’t believe us look at the photos. We watched as Kenyorra (the well known tuskless matriarch of Siana) led her family […]

Elephant Antics – Olomunyak The Tuskless Bull!

One of our very special ele-friends in Siana is Olomunyak, who is a young tuskless bull elephant in his mid-twenties. Tuskless elephants are notoriously defensive and Olomunyak definitely does not disappoint in this regard! Often as soon as we are within a few hundred metres of Kenyorra’s herd, Olomunyak charges out of the bush and […]

Urithi Ya Ranger – Ranger Diaries

Today my unit and I went on a very long foot patrol through some hilly areas and we came across a female hyaena who was relaxing in the early morning sun. She saw us but she was not bothered by our presence. We continued on towards the base of a very large hill and we […]