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Elephant Biologists


Elephant Biologists are scientists whose profession involves or has involved the study of elephants.

We, the undersigned Elephant Biologists stand by the sentiments expressed in The Elephant Charter and through our words and actions we endeavour to uphold its Principles.

As an Elephant Biologist I wish to add my name as Signatory.

  First name Last name Position Country

    Total: 77

  Cynthia Moss Director, Amboseli Trust for Elephants Kenya
  Katherine Payne Research Assoc, Bioacoustics Research Program, Cornell Univ; Founder, Elephant Listening Project United States
  Raman Sukumar Professor of Ecology, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore India
  Harvey Croze Trustee, Amboseli Trust for Elephants Kenya
  Andrea Turkalo Associate Conservation Scientist, Wildlife Conservation Society, Primary Investigator, The Dzanga Forest Elephant Study Central African Republic
  Joyce Poole Co-Director, ElephantVoices Norway/Kenya
  Elizabeth Archie Assistant Professor, Biology Department, Fordham University United States
  Eve Abe Ethologist and Wildlife Consultant Uganda
  Manori Gunawardena Wildlife Biologist Sri Lanka
  Marion Gara├» Elephant ethologist; Chairperson, Space for Elephants Foundation South Africa
  Norah Njiraini Training Manager, Amboseli Trust for Elephants Kenya
  Phyllis Lee Professor Psychology, University of Stirling United Kingdom
  Lucy Bates Elephant researcher, University of St Andrews United Kingdom
  Andrew Dobson Professor, Princeton University United States
  Winnie Kiiru Elephant Biologist Kenya
  Patrick Chiyo Research Uganda
  Richard Byrne Professor of Evolutionary Psychology, University of St Andrews United Kingdom
  Ian Redmond Consultant Wildlife Biologist United Kingdom
  Melissa Groo Researcher United States
  Fred Kurt MSc Phd Switzerland