Gold – $2,500-$5,000
This donation will go towards the purchase a $7,000 GPS collar to be placed on a trans-located or wild elephant, so that we can learn more about their behavior, migratory patterns & movements. The elephant’s location will be plotted against a map. Scientists can then via short-range radio signals and decoded using a custom receiver to find & track the elephant on the ground. You will receive a Certificate of Appreciation and a monthly map which will be emailed, detailing the movements of the elephant.
What an opportunity to be part of an operation to track, capture & collar a wild Borneo Female Pygmy Elephant in the Kinabatang Forest. The team consisted of a vet, wildlife rescue members, DGFC scientists, International Interns, local Malay men & myself. A total of 10.
The track, capture and collar of a wild pygmy female elephant.
We named her Koyah, which was the name of the river nearby where we caught her.
Majestic and regal. A real find in the Kinabatang Sanctuary.
Representing RAGES in Kota Kinabalu. Speaking to Kota Kinabalu Rotary Club, Meeting the Director of the Sabah Wildlife Department with Asst Director Dr Sen Nathan. A photo of the wildlife rescue team at Sepilok including Dr Laura Benedict and Dr Pakky.