African Wildlife Foundation
Elephants are highly intelligent and form close family bonds. They’re also prized targets for aggressive ivory poachers. This threat, coupled with loss of habitat and conflict with increasing human populations in Africa, is putting great stress on elephants that by their nature require much “room to roam.” The African Wildlife Foundation (AWF), which was founded in 1961 and boasts a staff that is 80% African, is dedicated to conserving elephants and other threatened species.
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