Elephants are the world’s largest land animal, and they are threatened with extinction. One of their greatest threats to survival is deforestation, and the resulting loss of habitat.
We plant trees where wild elephants still roam around proudly and freely. Help us to maintain their habitat for them.
Trees are being planted in Kenya’s Masai Mara, in Thailand’s South and India’s East, benefitting both the mighty African elephant as well as the smaller, yet even more endangered Asian elephant. (Did you know that these two species are in no way related to one another?)
With your help these wonderful giants will have a place to live for decades to come.
Since elephants are a keystone species (species that have a disproportionately large effect on its environment relative to its abundance), planting trees for tuskers benefits a huge variety of other animals in the area as well. You’re doing a ton of good deeds in one here.
Thank you for being awesome!