Updated Female Asian Habitat Map

Many of you have asked for an updated map of the female Asian habitat that you can use to follow along as we tell stories of where the elephants spend their days. We know that maps can better help you visualize where Lady might be wandering in Yard 5, or the spot near Lollipop Tree where some of the girls often graze. Weโ€™ve made some adjustments to our older map, which include the final resting place of Pocha. Feel free to save this map on your computer or phone for future reference, and we hope it helps!


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    Leslie says

    Thank you. A perfect visual.

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    Susan Flewelling says

    Thanks for the map – now on my computer for future reference. Amazing that the Itchy Scratchy Tree is still surviving.

    Regarding the resting places of Guida, Ramba and Pocha – is there a reason why they were not laid to rest close to each other – or do their spots have a special significance each of them?

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      Sara says

      They generally were laid to rest near spots where they enjoyed spending time.

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    Kayle Luthey says

    Thank you, Sara. This is very much appreciated!

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    Susan Flewelling says

    How lovely to do that for them. ๐Ÿ’

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    Alejandra Enquin says

    Gracias por el mapa actualizado.Y es muy interesante conocer el motivo de la ubicacion de la tumba de cada elefanta๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ’”Ramba Guida y Mama Pocha๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ’”

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    Carey says


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    Nicole says

    Thank you especially for the resting places!

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    Wim says

    Thank you. This makes it almost touchable.
    Bringing smiles and tears.

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    Deb says

    Oh thank you thank you ๐Ÿ˜ for the map!!!
    This helps sooooo much !!

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    Carol says

    Thank you Thank you for keeping us CLOSER to the Girls in their activities!!

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    Barb says

    Very thoughtful to update us! It does really help us to visualize ESB activities. Thanks!!

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    Kenneth B. Newman says

    Thank you for the NEW map. Can you NOW give us an update on the construction for the African elephants area and where Tamy will live………

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      Sara says

      The female African habitat has been completed for some time. The male barn and chutes are done and fencing is still being worked on. Everything can be found on our Current Progress page.

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