Monthly Archives: March 2008

The Floppy-Run is a signal of elephant fun!

Some of our contacts were very enthusiastic at the possibility of learning more about elephant behavior via our blog, so I am going to continue to share some elephant behavior with you. As I mentioned, our new photo database means that we can easily search on a specific behavior and find all the images that […]

How can you tell when an elephant is listening?

To study elephant communication it is crucial to understand the body language of elephants – for these are clues to what might happen next. Petter and I are pretty good at anticipating what elephants are about to do and have built up a database on our website ElephantVoices, where you can learn all about the […]

It always feels great to make progress!

Petter and I have been making real progress on a project that we have wanted to accomplish for a long time. Inspired by recent WildlifeDirect donations we bought ACDC Pro 2 – a photograph manager and database. For years we have struggled to locate particular photographs among the tens of thousands of images we have […]

Appeal and thanks for support!

New versions of software for photo and video editing are high on our priority list right now. They are essential to our educational outreach, including for this blog on WildlifeDirect, for our website, ElephantVoices, and for lectures. And after spending a couple of months in a workshop in Nairobi our research vehicle will soon be […]