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Improved conservation methods and new attitudes

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http://amp.theage.com.au/good-weekend/save-the-elephants-how-we-turned-a-corner-on-the-ivory-trade-20170516-gw5so2.html

 

This was a fascinating article because it confirmed the experiences which I had earlier this year at Ol Donyo Camp in Chuyulu Hills as

well as at Sarara Camp in the Matthews Range. I'm of course delighted to see that ivory is increasingly less socially acceptable and

that new technology is increasingly being used in the battle against ivory poaching.

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On 5/19/2017 at 6:28 PM, optig said:

http://amp.theage.com.au/good-weekend/save-the-elephants-how-we-turned-a-corner-on-the-ivory-trade-20170516-gw5so2.html

 

This was a fascinating article because it confirmed the experiences which I had earlier this year at Ol Donyo Camp in Chuyulu Hills as

well as at Sarara Camp in the Matthews Range. I'm of course delighted to see that ivory is increasingly less socially acceptable and

that new technology is increasingly being used in the battle against ivory poaching.

 

~ @optig

 

What specifically was the experience aspect which you had at both Ol Donyo Camp and Sarara Camp?

 

Was it something that the camps themselves did, or something that you incidentally observed?

 

Tom K.

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