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Facebook Live With Scott

Scott decided to do a quick live this morning with the girls. Just because it’s a beautiful morning. Mara and Rana are front and center as Guille, typically to her style, walks through the middle of them. Bambi was having her morning eye drops with a caregiver, and Maia, although right there, has disappeared into a bunch of bushes. Nice, quiet post-breakfast moment with the ladies finishing up some hay and going off to graze.
Happy Thursday!
P.S.: The Global Rumblings podcast is back! We give an update on the sanctuary status, both the recent nearby fire and how each of the elephants are doing. We also pick back up on Ramba’s story and the state of her health, which caused concern about her relocation.

Comments(9)

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    Luanne L Schick says

    Here in Alberta Canada πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦, we are in a long deep f4eeze.
    Lucy, is at the pathetic cruel Edmonton ZOO, in captivity for 50yrs? We, Canadiens want Lucy to be transferred to a Sade loving ❀️ Santuary, πŸ™ Please πŸ™ & Thank you. We want Lucy to be loved 😍 like your rescues are l9ved.

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      Sara says

      We follow Lucy as well and hope for a better future for her. Those temps sound cold!

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    Sue says

    What a lovely surprise and video. Thank you for sharing!!! ❀️🐘❀️

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    Sheila says

    Unfortunately. SWEET LUCY IS STILL IN THAT PRISION!! ITS ALL ABOUT $$$
    SHE DRAWS INTO EDMONTON. -40C FOR A WEEK HORRIFIC. COLD! CITIZENS
    HAVE BEEN FIGHTING SINCE 2007 FOR HER RELEASE…UNSUCESSFULL.!
    ITS UNBEARABLE HOW MUCH MANY WANT LUCY TO GO TO TENNESSEE OR CALIFORNIA.
    SO NICE TO SEE THE LADIES IN THAT LUSH GREEN GRASS JUST GRAZING ALONG.

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    June Ross says

    Is there any news on additions to the Sanctuary?

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      Sara says

      Unfortunately, the status on everyone remains the same.

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    Bonnie says

    Sara who is Rambas nerve heard anything about Rambas story

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      Sara says

      Ramba was a very special elephant who was the catalyst for the beginnings of Global Sanctuary for Elephants. You can read more about her story here: https://globalelephants.org/ramba2/
      Those who are listening to the podcast have been following along with Ramba’s story so far.

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    Bonnie says

    Thank you Sara I read her story and again Thank you all for what you all do for these Elephants

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