While The Elephant Sanctuary is not open to the public, education about the complex needs of elephants in captivity and the crisis facing elephants in the wild is an important part of The Sanctuary’s mission.
The Elephant Sanctuary’s Elephant Discovery Center in Hohenwald, TN offers in-person opportunities to meet staff and participate in special elephant-focused programing. There are no elephants at the Elephant Discovery Center.
To see the elephants in their habitats, we invite you to watch our live-streaming HD EleCams.
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Please explore our website to learn more about The Sanctuary, the elephant crisis, and how you can lend your voice.
- FAQ page for answers to our most frequently asked questions
- About Us page for information about The Sanctuary's history, mission, and values
- Careers page to learn more about current job openings
- About Elephants page if you are a student needing information about elephants in the wild
- Volunteer page if you're interested in volunteering at The Sanctuary
If you are a member of the Media, please fill out our Press Inquiry form.
You can also
Lend your voice to the crisis facing elephants, consider sharing the following posts with your friends online:
Sample Tweet/Facebook Post: #DidYouKnow Elephants are a keystone species, creating and maintaining the ecosystems in which they live. Learn more at www.elephants.com
Sample Tweet/Facebook Post: Help protect #elephants from #poaching #ivory #extinction. Lend your voice. Do not buy or trade ivory products. Visit www.elephants.com
Sample Tweet/Facebook Post: Wondering what you can do to save #elephant habitats? Purchase fair-trade, shade-grown #coffee. Learn more at elephants.com
Sample Tweet/Facebook Post: Traditionally grown #coffee crops contribute to the decline in elephant habitats. Buy shade-grown coffee! #purchasingpower www.elephants.com
Sample Tweet/Facebook Post: Stay up-to-date on the complex needs of elephants in captivity & the crisis facing those in the wild. Visit www.elephants.com