Protection des éléphants au Botswana et dans les pays environnants.
After Mike Chase received his PhD, he was determined to continue studying and conserving the world’s largest elephant population, so he founded and established Elephants Without Borders (EWB).
Appropriately, EWB is based in Kazungula, Botswana’s border town where the boundaries of Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe meet along the Zambezi River. EWB operates its’ projects and activities in Angola, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe under the official endorsement and full support of government authorities.
With an estimated 151,000 elephants also calling the northern reaches of Botswana home, this wildlife hot spot is the ideal location for Elephants Without Borders researchers to study the migratory patterns, behavior, and ecology of pachyderms. EWB is the country’s leading regional cross-border research project focused on elephant conservation and management.