More Steel Means More Fencing, Which Means More Elephants

Nope, not elephants, but it’s exciting nonetheless. Today we received two truckloads of steel. More steel means more fencing, which means, more elephants. This steel will be split between a 20-acre expansion for female Asians and the inside of the female African barn. ...

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Guida our dainty girl

This morning we started footwork again on both Maia and Guida. After their arrival, once they were accepting and understanding of footwork done through protected contact, we had a lot of work to do. But after all of the filing and cleaning up we could do, we needed to let…...

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Kenya Deserves An Opportunity to Heal

For those new to our page, this is Kenya. We are currently raising funds to finish construction of her habitat to rescue her and bring her home to sanctuary. https://globalelephants.kindful.com/ Kenya lives alone at the Mendoza Zoo, but they have agreed to send her to Elephant Sanctuary Brazil. We just need to…...

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Maia and Guida’s One Year Anniversary

One year ago, as the sun began to set, after a few day road trip, Maia stepped off of the trailer and onto sanctuary grounds. Several hours later Guida joined her....

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Maia and Late Feed

For the first time since the girls have been settled in their new area, Maia didn’t care that we were out there for night feed last night. As we mentioned, if we happen to pass her by, she comes and gets us. She likes her evening snacks. Last night it…...

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Meet Pelusa

Pelusa…..it’s hard to know what to say sometimes. Her situation has always had the potential to be a heartbreaker, so we haven’t shared her up until this point. We did a brief introduction the other day because we felt she needed the emotional support that we knew you all would…...

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