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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: 69

  Peter H. Wrege Behavioral Ecologist. Director of the Elephant Listening Project USA
  Sharon Pincott The Presidential Elephants of Zimbabwe Hwange, Zimbabwe
  Julie Samy PhD student University of Maryland USA
  Kingsley Senadheera Senior Deputy Conservator of Forests Sri Lanka
  Divya Mudappa Scientist, Nature Conservation Foundation India
  Liz Rowland Research Assistant, Elephant Listening Project USA
  Laura Brown Research Assoc., Namibian Elephant and Giraffe Trust and Wildlife Science International USA
  Bob Jacobs Professor US
  Shankar Raman Scientist, Nature Conservation Foundation India
  Vicki Fishlock Research Associate, Amboseli Trust for Elephants UK/Kenya
  Patrick Boundja Research and Monitoring Coordinator, Northern Congo Landscape, Wildlife Conservation Society Congo Program Congo
  Katharina von Durckheim Researcher South Africa
  Edda Affeldt Biologist (Diploma) Germany
  Kathleen Gobush Biologist, Ivory Crisis Strategist USA
  Patrick Freeman Student Researcher USA
  Megan English Elephant ecology researcher Sabah
  Ingrid Suter Academic/PhD "The future of captive elephants in the Lao PDR" Australia
  Josephine Smit Researcher, Southern Tanzania Elephant Project Tanzania
  Barbara Bilgre Elephant Biologist, Ghana & Science Teacher Ghana
  Robin Cook Human-Elephant Interaction Researcher South Africa