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Our End of Year Redux and Big News!

It has been an exciting year for Naturestage. The power of storytelling is as important today as it has always been, and that is how Naturestage is having an impact – bringing our kinship with other species to the public … Continue reading

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Reflections by Dr. Paula Kahumbu, the global elephant lady, on the death of Satao

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Naturestage’s Salon Series in 2014 Kicks Off With Matt Glover Wednesday February 26

Our salon series is off and running in the Naturestage studio with the first concert/presentation the incredible Matt Glover playing  a 60-minute Trip Around the World (on Mandolin) followed by a brief presentation by Miranda Loud on the state of … Continue reading

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Parallels between a Town in Connecticut and the Ivory Trade in China

This article was shared by Melissa Groo to the elephant listserv, and I am copying it here because it is so important a viewpoint. To follow the author, Richard Conniff, on twitter: @RichardConniff     Does the Solution to Elephant … Continue reading

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A Week of International Protest Against Poaching and a short film

I was able to attend the most important series of marches to date to protest ivory poaching and the escalating killing of elephants for their tusks. Ivory is now worth more than gold, and with only @ 300,000 elephants left … Continue reading

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New York City’s Ivory Sellers, Alive and Well

This is copied from the article on the Elephant Listserv run by Melissa Groo. To see the link an the photos, click here The Big Ivory Apple An illegal market has not, as advertised, gone out of business. By Daniel Stiles, … Continue reading

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Good Uses of Drones to Help Elephants

Good Uses of Drones to Help Elephants Some good news finally on the elephant front!

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Screenings in the Studio!

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A synopsis of PBS’s Battle for the Elephants

Tonight I watched the excellent and thought-provoking program featuring journalists Bryan Christy and Aidan Hartley and produced by J.J. Kelley for PBS. As an activist for elephants I was very interested in how the message of elephant poaching would be conveyed … Continue reading

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Elephants on the Path to Extinction in Africa Unless There is Global Intervention

Copied from today’s New York Times Editorial http://www.nytimes.com/2012/09/09/opinion/sunday/elephant-slaughter.html?_r=2 Not long ago it looked as though elephant poaching in Africa was on the downswing, in part because of more rigorous enforcement of a global ban on trade in most elephant ivory … Continue reading

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