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Thank you so much for such an incredible site. I feel like it's Christmas morning because this, to me, is the perfect blog.

I saw an amazing Doco recently about elephants crossing Botswana and how man had intercepted a centuries-old elephant pathway with a fence. Thank goodness they were able to campaign to have a hole cut in where the elephants needed to pass.

Anyway, I have subscribed and will follow your updates with enthusiasm. Thanks again.


What a wonderful Idea for the Elephants and for all who love them...I loved watching the Birth of baby boy, LUK CHAI born on the 4th of July .. what a precious little guy.Goodluck Australia with your new baby.
xoxoxoox , Dolores/ BluAbbeycat

Delores, you're so sweet! It's always nice to meet another elephant lover. Thank you for your kind comments and stopping by my blog. xxxooo Jaya

Thank you for sharing this, I am more than impressed, you are doing a great job, just keep it up.

Watching child birth is for the people who are bold enough.

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  • Jaya Savannah in Samburu, Kenya
Jaya Savannah

I'm passionate about wild elephant conservation. It's something that has overtaken my heart and soul. After a trip to Kenya, where I went to see wild elephants and meet some of my conservationist heroes, I returned to Northern California, asking, "What can I do to help?" So I began writing.

My intention for Sacred Elephants is to raise awareness about elephant conservation by touching your heart, enlightening your mind, and trumpeting a call out to your elephant-loving spirit.

I'm also looking for opportunities to work with other elephant philanthropists for events, travel/tourism, corporate social responsiblity ventures, and media productions. I also accept requests to review elephant books, DVD's, and other products.

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