Patrol week by Chris March 2017

Making a guest apperance on the EHRA Blog this week is our very own Chris! Read what he has to say about the last patrol week: 'We set off on Monday and drove to a farm not too far from camp and saw fresh ele tracks walking down the road we were on. As we …

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Mallory’s Blog Feb 2017

Name: Mallory Butler Country: United States of America Project date: January 23 – February 4 2017 Why did you choose to volunteer for EHRA? I chose to volunteer with EHRA because it was rugged and not as “pampered “ as some of the other organisations I researched to volunteer at. I was looking for an …

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When Johannes first met the Ugab Elephants….

Up until around 1998 desert dwelling elephants only sporadically visited the Ugab river from the north, likely following ancient migrating routes. When we did find tracks it was mostly of a big bull in his prime, he got the name Voortrekker, meaning pioneer. The Matriarchal herds however, had still not followed.   Around 1998/99 I …

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The story of Rachel, our Administrator

Many of our volunteers have met Rachel, and for many Rachel is the first contact at EHRA. Needless to say she is a devoted, inspiring and highly appreciated person among her colleagues, friends and our volunteers. We asked her to tell us  her story. Rachel working on our School Project at A. Gariseb Primary School …

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