Saving Elephants with Askari

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I had a fantastic evening last night saving elephants! As part of Animal Works I was helping to raise funds for the The Askari Project. The Askari Project were hosting a fundraiser event in Sydney to raise awareness about the … Continued

Sabai The Elephant

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Yesterday was my most favourite day ever ever ever! I got to meet a 6 week old Asian elephant calf called Sabai. Not only did I get to meet him but he wrapped his trunk around my neck and chewed … Continued

School Visit Sydney – Balgowlah

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This week I was invited to visit Balgowlah North Public School. I had such a brilliant time with these impassioned kids. They have been studying sustainability this term and knew all about endangered species and the problems our planet is … Continued

Ivory Trade Ban (Cracking Down on Illegal Ivory)

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Every year in Africa between 30,000-40,000 elephants are poached for their ivory. In 1900 there were 10 million, in 1979 there were 3 million, in 1989 there were 800,000 and now there are only 400,000 elephants left. It doesn’t taken … Continued

News From The Field

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When you buy a copy of The POWEs And The Disappearing Tusks you are supporting these 3 fantastic charities. 20% of the profits from each book goes to the Lilayi Elephant Nursery, The Rhino Orphanage and Tusk. The Lilayi Elephant … Continued

The Books Have Arrived!

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The consignment of The POWEs And The Disappearing Tusks has finally arrived from the printers! EXCITED! To actually be holding my book in hands feels amazing, even though I am now tripping over several boxes in order to be able … Continued

Happy World Wildlife Day 2016!

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On 20 December 2013, at its 68th session, the United Nations General Assembly decided to proclaim the 3rd March, the day of signature of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), as UN … Continued