Contact Us

For General Enquiries, please contact our Nairobi office using the form on this page, or send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Guests interested in lectures at our research camp should note that places are strictly limited, and are allocated on a first come first served basis. Please make your enquiries to the Nairobi office using the attached form.

For Naming and Bequests, please see our Support Elephants page. We need at least three name options, as many names have already been used. Please also tell us if the gender of the baby matters to you.

Collaborators with research proposals or requests for data should contact our Director of Science, Prof. Phyllis Lee (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.). Requests will be referred to our Scientific Advisory Committee for approval.

We regret that due to the nature and location of our work, we are unable to accept interns to the programme. For students looking to gain experience in fieldwork, we suggest contacting the School for Field Studies, who run courses here in Amboseli.

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“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