Breeding herd of Elephants

March 18, 2016

This is a typical breeding herd that is often seen at the various watering holes in the reserve. This one, at Senalala, came by this past week and gave us time to reflect on how fortunate we are to be able to see these spectacular creatures in our environment. No blog post can address all the different aspects of elephant awesomeness, as that is a long read. But what it can do, is inspire our followers to delve deeper into the whole elephant conversation which includes habitat loss (sometimes by the elephants!), politics, all aspects of conservation and everything in between.

It is the one subject that is the most talked about when humans reflect on the impact they have had on nature in Africa….and it will be for decades to come.

An interesting fact is that it has been claimed they are ill at ease when they hear the sound of bees, something that needs to be seen to be believed.


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