End of Myanmar’s first chapter | Andrews Blog

Our final day with the mahouts and elephants in Myanmar began with the region’s Minister for Natural Resources, Forests and Environmental Conservation Mr. U Kyaw Min San and the Ambassador to Sri Lanka. This gave us the chance to present both the Minister and the Ambassador with my book, Elephant-Friendly Training For Working Elephants.

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Assam shows signs of change | Andrews Blog

When we reached the mahout camp, we were told that there were 2 three-year-old elephant calves with their mothers that would arrive from the jungle for us to begin our training. One female called Neela and a male called Monish. In the meantime the mahouts spent time cutting up sugar cane into bite-sized chunks to be used as food rewards, with a few bananas thrown in as well.

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