Ivory Wars: Stand for Elephants
Wildlife Works is proud to be the focus of Animal Planet's groundbreaking new docu-series about the high stakes campaign against poachers and the illegal ivory trade in Kenya. Filmed on location at our Kasigau Corridor REDD+ Project, the series brings viewers face-to-face with the grisly realities of poaching and emphasizes the urgency of the kind of action Wildlife Works is taking to protect these noble creatures.
What You Can Do to Stand for Elephants NOW
Your donation to the Elephant Protection Trust will provide funds to support the 85+ Rangers who protect a vital 500,000 acre wildlife migration corridor, home to over 450 elephants at the Kasigau Corridor REDD+ Project in Kenya. All donations are tax deductible.
2. Buy a Shirt
100% of the proceeds of these t-shirts go to the Elephant Protection Trust. Multiple styles available.
'Ivory Wars' will air in additional Central & Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa locations on Animal Planet in March 2015. Exact dates to be confirmed. Visit our website again for updates or check your local listings to confirm air times.
How Wildlife Works Funds Its Work
Wildlife Works funds its projects through the REDD+ (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation) mechanism. Wildlife Works transformative REDD+ projects in Kenya and the Democratic Republic of Congo focus on protecting highly threatened forests and wildlife while implementing sustainable development in rural communities so they don't have to destroy their environment or biodiversity to survive. Learn more