Thursday, March 24, 2011

Elephant Collars Allow GPS tracking in Kenyan Anti-Poaching Effort

Elephant GPS Tracking Collar


Eight elephants have been fitted with GPS collars to help the Kenyan Wildlife Service map their traditional migration corridors in the Tsavo East National Park.

The monitoring project will also help rangers combat poaching and instances of human-elephant conflict. Stuart McDill reports.




Elephant collars allow GPS tracking in Kenyan anti-poaching effort | Video | Reuters.com