SFS Summer Cambodia
SFS Summer Session II: Ecology and Conservation of Southeast Asian Elephants in Cambodia
Get into the field!
This summer, come and study elephants within a lush tropical wildlife sanctuary while exploring the livelihoods of the Bunong indigenous people who have incorporated elephants as part of their culture for many generations. Not only will you learn about elephant behaviour and ecology in a tropical forest ecosystem, you will discover the conservation issues facing wild elephants. Explore the challenges of the human-elephant interface associated with increasing human populations and habitat destruction. Students on this program earn 4 academic credits. https://fieldstudies.org/program/cambodia-summer2/
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