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  • February 2013 – Living with sound

    ELP’s founder, Katy Payne reflects in a beautiful essay on how sound has threaded her life, from music to whales to elephants.

  • April 2013 – Trouble in the Central African Republic

    The C.A.R has undergone a series of dramatic, violent political uprisings in recent months. A rebel group has overthown the leadership of President Gen. Francois Bozize. Andrea stayed at Dzanga Bai as long as she could, but finally decided it…

  • August 2013 – A summer of elephants

    ELP was busy this summer: Peter went to Cameroon to set up recorders, Andrea worked with Peter on her data from Dzanga while monitoring the situation in C.A.R., and we had two high-school volunteers Maya and Jonathan (pictured here) who…

  • December 2013 – Rumbling in two voices

    A fascinating study showing that elephants can produce rumbles from their mouths and from their trunks

  • June 2014 – Diving elephants

    We had two fantastic students from a local high school working with us all year as part of their study program. They investigated how elephant activity varied seasonally at a river where the elephants dive for minerals! Out of the…