Amboseli Trust for Elephants helps ensure the long-term conservation of Africa’s elephants

8000 km

the home of the Amboseli elephants

3500 +

elephants monitored


the year it began

60 +

scholarships funded for Maasai women and men


A special window into wild elephant existence. For a year you can follow a family with their stories and little daily dramas.

Right from birth, baby elephants start developing lifelong relationships with others, especially their mother and siblings.

the EB family

Elephants form deep bonds with each other, which last for decades. Elephant survival is strongly affected by access to the social and ecological knowledge that older elephants hold; where to go, what to eat, how to avoid danger.

Dr Cynthia Moss

Mother and calf resting in the afternoon heat

the WA family

Naming is a unique donor package that lasts the elephants lifespan

Name your very own elephant calf

Nowhere in the world are wild elephants known for as long and as intimately as in Amboseli


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