Save The Elephants Before It's Too Late
Elephants are some of the most intelligent and emotional animals, and can live up to around 70 years. Near the turn of the 20th century, Africa was home to between three and five million elephants. In 2016, there were just over 350,000 elephants still alive in the wild.
As a result of the disturbing news yesterday that US may allow imports of elephant trophies from Zimbabwe, we have put together a list of petitions and letters you can sign to help.
In addition, for the remainder of November 2017, we are donating 50% of all proceeds from our Wildlife Jewels® "Lapis Lazuli The Elephant Collection" to protect elephants from hunters and poachers.
HOW YOU CAN HELP?
Shop Wildlife Jewels® "Lapis Lazuli The Elephant" Collection. 50% of proceeds funds protection of elephants from hunters and poachers.
Reinstate the ban on importing trophies from Elephants. Sign This Petition.
Save Elephants and Lions - Stop The Trophy Hunting Plan. Sign This Petition.
Submit a letter such as this template letter drafted by David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust to the Secretary of the Interior, Ryan Zinke.
Submit a letter such as this template letter, drafted by David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust to the US Fish and Wildlife Service.
Don't Let the Department of the Interior Lift The Ban On Trophy Hunting! Sign This Petition.