Borneo’s magnificent pygmy elephants are under threat.
Over the past four decades, 40% of forest cover in Sabah – where most pygmy elephants are, has been lost to logging, conversion for plantations, and human settlements. Shrinking forests bring the elephants into more frequent contact with people, increasing human-elephant conflicts that often end in fatality.
PROTECT BORNEO’S ELEPHANTS AND RECEIVE:
YOUR ADOPTION WILL REALLY HELP
Wildlife adoption like yours will give a huge boost to our work. They help fund our work, protect elephant habitat, and address human-elephant conflict.
Here’s what we’re doing to save and protect the Bornean elephants:
- Protecting habitats and restoring connections between fragmented forests where elephants live.
- Working with governments, industries, and local communities to reduce conflict between people and wildlife.
- Using science and research-based data to influence policy and legislation to benefit elephant conservation.
- Purchase costly field equipment like satellite collars, fund field teams’ wages, training costs, and more.
Please help protect and save our Bornean elephants today.