Slide background Elephant-Friendly Honey jars from the beehive fences

Support Us

We rely completely on research grants and charitable donations from kind individuals to run our research programs and to try to expand The Elephants and Bees concept to other sites across Africa and Asia. As a program under the umbrella of Save the Elephants, charitable donations to the project can be made directly through Save the Elephants for UK and pound sterling donations, and Wildlife Conservation Network in the USA specifically for dollar accounts and American donors wishing to make a 501c-3 tax-deductible donation. 100% of any funds you donate will go towards our project running expenses.

We would like to thank the funding and support gratefully received from:
Save the Elephants
disney worldwide conservation fund
esrc economic research council
natural economic research council
st andrews prize for the environment
future for nature
united nations environment programme
convention on migratory species
baillol college, oxford
Rufford Small grants Foundation
wildlife conservation network
honey care africa
vsni genstat software
animal behaviour research group oxford university
rufford foundation
elephant action league
the wingate foundation
fund for womens graduates
carlisle overseas aid trust
Virginia Bell, The James Ford Bell Foundation
Bridget King
Sarah King
the hawthorn trust
dominique thoenes bella matata productions
the kileva foundation
Susannah Rouse
Esther and Charles Highett
Darlene Anderson
Peter Williams
Billie Jo Wood
ernest-kleinwort charitable trust
Ruth Smith
Robert and Caro Ambridge
Fiona Jackson

“In the end we will conserve only what we love; we will love only what we understand; and we will understand only what we are taught.”

Baba Dioum, 1968.

Special Thanks

We would also like to express our sincere thanks to the 
Government of Kenya, Kenya Wildlife Service, Voi, Isiolo and 
Samburu County Councils for allowing us to conduct this 
research within Kenya.