“I thought you might like to read my blog about my week volunteering at Journey to Freedom”
Ginny Greenwood, the volunteer at Journey to Freedom by Elephant Nature Park spreads her words about this experience.
“So each day we trekked to find the herd and spent time walking with them, then periods sitting in the undergrowth watching them interacting. Interestingly with all that freedom and space, they prefer to be close to each other because they are sociable, tactile and protective, which is why it’s so cruel to separate them. I observed that when they sense danger or hear a strange noise their ears become rigid and they make a low growing noise and trumpeting in the early morning is similar to us stretching”…………..
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