CONSERVATION OF WILDLIFE
PROTECT ANIMALS IN SOUTH AFRICA
The big 5 are struggling to coexist on this planet. This May, we will lead a group of volunteers on an expedition in Kruger National Park and other reserves in Southern Africa. Volunteers can take part in conservation projects while enjoying a once in a lifetime trip.
HUMAN- ELEPHANT CONFLICT
The Human-Elephant Conflict (HEC) is a major threat to the survival of Asian elephants. Sri Lanka’s rapidly expanding population of more than 20 million people is worsening the conflict; as humans encroach on elephant habitat for farmland, cattle grazing, gem mining, timber extraction, wildlife trafficking, and commercial agriculture. This leaves the elephants with ever shrinking, fragmented forests.