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Activities of Thai Elephant Alliance Association

Our Veterinary Team had reached the two sister elephants

Our Veterinary Team had reached the two sister elephants

Our Veterinary Team had reached the two sister elephants yesterday and started to investigate the situation. Apparently, the two sisters were not able to resist the young rice sapling and decided to go out. The owner of the farm found that some of his fertilizers had been tampered with and was not sure if the elephants have ingested them.

The Team has monitord the elephants for any signs of illness but did not find any. They left some medicines and instructions to the mahouts accordingly. The owners of the elephants were grateful and felt sorry that the Team had to travel by various means to get to the elephants. We want to let everyone know that as long as we can help the elephants, we will do everything in our power to help them!
We thank you all of our donors and sponsors for your support in providing medicines and medical equipment for helping the elephants!

Special thanks to the #ElephantsHealthcareEmergencyLifelineFund for supporting the Elephant Veterinarians, Vet Nurse and Veterinary Assistants!

We also thank our Veterinary Team from: Center of Elephant and Wildlife Research, Baan Chang Elephant Park, Patara Elephant Conservation, ปางช้างแม่แตง Maetaeng Elephant Park & Clinic and Patara Elephant Farm.

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Our veterinary team with a veterinarian from the Center of Elephant and Wildlife Research

Our veterinary team with a veterinarian from the Center of Elephant and Wildlife Research

Our veterinary team with a veterinarian from the Center of Elephant and Wildlife Research had taken a 2-hr ride on their 4WD and now will be travelling via Bamboo Raft to get to an elephant that may have eaten some chemical. We will keep you update as soon as we get to the elephant or have phone signal!

#WalkingThroughCOVID19withElephants #TogetherforElephants

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#FromHandstoTrunks

#FromHandstoTrunks

We had sent Pineapple Fronds to elephants in Surin and Burirum. This is our 4th round of helping elephants in Thailand!

We thank all of our donors and sponsors for helping elephants!

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#WalkingThroughCOVID19withElephants

#WalkingThroughCOVID19withElephants

We thank you Freewill Inc. for their donation in buying 15,000 KG of Napier Grass saplings. We hope that these will grow into the main staple diet for over 140 elephants soon!

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#FromHandstoTrunks #TogetherforElephants

#FromHandstoTrunks #TogetherforElephants

We traveled with the Center of Elephant and Wildlife Research Team from Chiang Mai Univeristy to see an elephant with broken tushes. Pang Sri Kaew had broken both of her tushes (female Asian Elephant's tusk) and they are inflamed and exuded purulent discharge. We learned that the mahout was very attentive and was often called to see other sick elephants, so we gave him a medical box with supplies.

We thank you our donors and sponsors for helping us in taking care of elephants.

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#FromHandstoTrunks

#FromHandstoTrunks

Case 2
A pair of mother elephant and her calf were nearby. The calf was about 6 months old and it was very thin. The mahout told us that the mother doesn't produce a lot of milk, and when we closely examined her, we found that she had very small breasts.

We told the mahout that he would have to help with providing food for the mother elephants; banana tree flower, ripe banana, sugarcanes, pellets and most important of all bring her to drink water as often as he can. If the mother is well, the calf will be well!

We thank you to all the donors and sponsors, and specially thanks Baanchang Elephant Park
, ปางช้างแม่แตง Maetaeng Elephant Park & Clinic
, Into The Wild Elephant Camp
and Patara Elephant Farm
for providing a team to see the elephants.

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FromHandstoTrunks

FromHandstoTrunks

Our trip

We went to Ban Huay Bong, another village where the elephants had gone home. The owner brought us to see his elephants with the wounds on its back. He had treated the elephant for months now, but he wasn't sure if it is better or not. Healing process in elephant is slow and needed a pair of trained eyes to examine.

We asked the mahout to bath his elephant and the team get busied, scrubbing the dead tissue and taught the mahout the method of scrubbing and cleaning thoroughly. The elephant lived on a soil-base substrate, hence it will be difficult to stay clean most of the time, but we hope the next time we meet, the wound would be better.

We thank to all of our donors and sponsors, and specially thanks to Baanchang Elephant Park
, ปางช้างแม่แตง Maetaeng Elephant Park & Clinic
, Into The Wild Elephant Camp
and Patara Elephant Farm
for providing a team to help elephants!

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#FromHandstoTrunks

#FromHandstoTrunks

The 4,000 kg. of seasalt is being load and ready to be sent to Chiangmai and National wide of different elephant sites. Salt and Mineral are essential for elephant ( and every animals) and with this concern, The Thai Elephant Alliance Association providing the salt packages to elephant holding facilities as part of our project to help all elephant through the difficult time of Tourism Lockdown due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Thank you to all donors and friends for your generous support.

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#FromHandstoTrunks

#FromHandstoTrunks

The Thai Elephant Alliance Association would like to give a big thanks to Chevron Thailand Exploration and Production, Ltd. and Ms. Pornsuree Konanta, Manager of Communications and Social Investment, for contributing to "Walking Through COVID-19 with Elephants". The TEAA will continue to support all Thai elephants that need help!

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#FromHandstoTrunks

#FromHandstoTrunks

Our shipment of Pineapple stalks have arrived in Rayong. We hope that this will help all elephants!

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Mangoes donation from Ban Hong, Lamphun

Mangoes donation from Ban Hong, Lamphun

We visited Ban Hong for pickup all kinds of low grades mangoes for elephants. Thanks for lovely coordinate person, Pattaya Mahayana, shes owner of mango orchard in that area. Shes introducing us to owners of agricultural market in area and picking up all mangoes. In that day, we transported all 3 cars which fulled of mangoes to Hangdong, Samoeng and Maewang area to feed elephants. All orchardists, owners and workers at agricultural market are very kind and we hope to meet them again in a few days.

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#FromHandsToTrunks

#FromHandsToTrunks

Finally, watermelon from Sukothai was actually delivered to elephants in Pai, Mae Hong Son.

thanks to donors and the delivery team.

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