Get ready to move your hips because the Run, Walk, Crawl for Rangers virtual challenge has just started! For those that have not yet heard of it or signed up, you can watch the video above in which I explained the inspirations that led to this event.
We moved our pakum hut for the first time in more than a decade. It is a religiously, traditionally and spiritually important ceremony for mahouts.
Instead of focusing on our own elephant, this month we have decided to present to you a few words by the Cardamom Tented Camp.
This month we are featuring #HungerHurtsElephants the mission we were on in the mountains with Mother & Baby Elephants, some interesting elephant behaviour spotted on the Livestreams and a little bit of nostalgia.
March holds a special place in our heart because of the Thai National Elephant Day. This day is about letting mahouts and elephants showcase their culture, as well as letting the public appreciate our GIGANTIC treasure.
The rain came just in time for our virtual field trips with St Andrews International School Bangkok, truly wonderful.
In our 32nd Anantara Hotels Resorts & Spas #ElephantProfessional lecture, Hoi-Lam Jim returned to GTAEF once again after testing whether our elephants were capable of eavesdropping.
In our 31st Anantara Hotels Resorts & Spas #ElephantProfessional lecture, Aislinn Butron and Kerri McCrae presented a study on the foraging ecology of semi-free-roaming Asian elephants in Northern Thailand.
January has been quiet for our partner hotels but nonetheless eventful in the elephant camp. From our elephant repellent research to the annual vet check, our team has remained motivated in spite of the situation in the outside world.
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In our 23rd Anantara Hotels Resorts & Spas #ElephantProfessional lecture, Dr Thittaya Janyamathakul demonstrated how the Thai Elephant Alliance Association had helped the elephants during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In our 22nd Anantara Hotels Resorts & Spas #ElephantProfessional lecture, we took a break from the elephants and invited Letoluai Ambrose to introduce the leopards in Kenya.