Conservation Conversations: African Elephants with Kate Evans

Benefiting: Zoo Miami Foundation
Nov 9
Hosted by:Zoo Miami Foundation
November 9, 2017 at 7:00pm to
November 9, 2017 at 8:00pm
Zoo Miami Front Entry - Florida Room map 12400 SW 152 Street Miami, FL 33177
Goal: $2,000
$1,380 4 69% Complete

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Did you know? Elephants are ecosystem shapers as they knock down trees and open up bushy areas.  Unfortunately the population is decreasing and 70-85% of the population relies on land outside of protected areas leading to human-wildlife conflict.

Committed to protecting the endangered African elephant through research and education, Elephants for Africa is working towards human-wildlife coexistence.  Conducting research to understand the ecological and social requirement of this species, Elephants for Africa seeks to use this information in the context of human-wildlife conflict.  Kate Evans, the Founder & Director of Elephants for Africa, will highlight key factors for their success including gathering data to better understand the occurrence of human-wildlife conflict and the importance of education programs to develop conservation leaders and empower local communities.



*Event proceeds will benefit Elephants for Africa!


Meet some animal ambassadors at our Zoo Miami entrance at 6:30pm!


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