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  • Ivindo National Park, Gabon

In a forest clearing, a parade of female elephants brings its young into the sun to play in the creek. The calves mimic their mothers, raising high their trunks, testing the air for the scent of danger. With their smaller tusks, ears, and bodies, forest elephants are able to move quickly through the trees. In 2002, Gabon officials established the national park system, setting aside more than 10% of the national patrimony for 13 conservation parks. More recently, the government introduced measures to secure the parks and protect wildlife from poaching and illegal ivory trading.

Photo © 2008 Charles Eilers; featured in the 2013 International Calendar

Gabon Notecard (set of 10 notecards) (RPCV Groups)

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    Gabon Notecard: set of 10 cards of one image + 10 envelopes

    Send a note, give a gift, or raise funds with International Notecards

    Ivindo National Park, Gabon: In a forest clearing, a parade of female elephants brings its young into the sun to play in the creek. The calves mimic their mothers, raising high their trunks, testing the air for the scent of danger. With their smaller tusks, ears, and bodies, forest elephants are able to move quickly through the trees. In 2002, Gabon officials established the national park system, setting aside more than 10% of the national patrimony for 13 conservation parks. More recently, the government introduced measures to secure the parks and protect wildlife from poaching and illegal ivory trading. Photo © 2008 Charles Eilers; featured in the 2013 International Calendar

    Card measures 5½ x 4¼” and is blank inside

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