Google Earth Topo Maps Imagery Update

Google Earth Topo Maps Imagery Update:google earth topo maps space needleGoogle Earth Topo Maps Though one of the smallest countries in the world by size. European Grand Duchy plays an important role in politics because it’s the site of several institutions and agencies of the European Union. Our collection of 45° imagery in Google Maps has also recently expanded to include 40 more U.S. cities and 20 more international cities, including Luxembourg and Romania for the first time. Though one of the smallest countries in the world by size. Google Earth Topo Maps New high resolution aerial and satellite imagery:


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The aerial and satellite imagery in Google Maps and Google Earth has now been updated for 164 cities and 108 countries/regions. Below are a few highlights from Washington state and Austria.And which serves as the home of the district court of the Bernese Oberland until 2009. And which serves as the home of the district court of the Bernese Oberland until 2009. Below are a few highlights from Washington state and Austria.And which serves as the home of the district court of the Bernese Oberland until 2009. And which serves as the home of the district court of the Bernese Oberland until 2009.

important role in politics because it’s the site of several institutions.
 
Centre de Conférence, Luxembourg – View Larger Map
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1 And 1 which serves as the home of the district court of the Bernese Oberland until 2009. And which serves as the home of the district court of the Bernese Oberland until 2009.
Below are a few highlights from Washington state and Austria.

Below are a few highlights from Washington state. And Austria. 2 And 2 which serves as the home of the district court of the Bernese Oberland until 2009. 3 And 3 which serves as the home of the district court of the Bernese Oberland until 2009.

 Below are a few highlights from Washington state and Austria.
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Though one of the smallest countries in the world by size. This European Grand Duchy plays an important role in politics because it’s the site of several institutions.
Our collection of 45° imagery in Google Maps has also recently expanded to include 40 more U.S. cities. Though one of the smallest countries in the world by size. European Grand Duchy plays an important role in politics because it’s the site of several institutions.
 
Centre de Conférence, Luxembourg – View Larger Map
4 And 4 which serves as the home of the district court of the Bernese Oberland until 2009.
Settlements near the Swiss pre-alpine town of Thun can be dated back as far as Neolithic times around 2500. Google Earth Topo Maps The city’s name derives from the Celtic term “Dunum” which translates to “fortified city.” .
Which serves as the home of the district court of the Bernese Oberland until 2009.
 
Thun Castle, Switzerland – View Larger Map
Below is the full list of places where we’ve recently shared new or updated imagery. Enjoy! earthtopomaps.com                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

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Google Earth Video Enjoying opening day

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Google Earth Video Enjoying opening day with Google tools

And family and add text, videos and photos to create an archive of your travels to enjoy during the off-season.

b) Google Earth Video April 5, 2012 

And family and add text, videos and photos to create an archive of your travels to enjoy during the off-season.
Spring is finally here and with it Google Earth Video the beginning of the 2012 baseball season!.

c) Google Earth video Now that you’ve got your jacket packed, where to go pre-game for a light snack? .This means the beginning of another fabulous year of Cracker Jacks and days at the ballpark. To celebrate the start of the 2012 season of America’s pastime. We’ve created a special  Featuring aerial imagery and 3D models of the country’s most legendary stadiums. Fly to Fenway in Boston.And family and add text, videos and photos to create an archive of your travels to enjoy during the off-season. Soar over Chicago’s Wrigley Field and check out San Francisco Bay and AT&T Park. All from a bird’s eye view. What a way to take a virtual journey with your team as they travel across the country!. Spring is finally here and with it Google Earth Video.

Google Earth Video And family and add text, videos and photos to create an archive of your travels to enjoy during the off-season. 
And family and add text, videos and photos to create an archive of your travels to enjoy during the off-season.

For the lucky fans that get to attend their favorite team’s games in person, we’ve put together a few tips to make the most of each match-up. Batter up!

 

 

Google Earth video Weather layerNow that you’ve got your jacket packed, where to go pre-game for a light snack? .
And family and add text, videos and photos to create an archive of your travels to enjoy during the off-season.

Scope out the area around the ballpark with Street View in Google Maps to pick a spot to meet up before finding your seats (and maybe a couple of hot dogs along the way). 

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Scope out the area around the ballpark with Street View in Google Maps to pick a spot to meet up before finding your seats (and maybe a couple of hot dogs along the way). 
And family and add text, videos and photos to create an archive of your travels to enjoy during the off-season.

 

Google Earth video ATT Park

Street View of At&T Park in San Francisco


And family and add text, videos and photos to create an archive of your travels to enjoy during the off-season. 

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Mapping Brazilian islands under the sea

Mapping Brazilian islands Trinta ReisMapping Brazilian islands, above ground and under the sea

Mapping Brazilian Islands March 17, 2015

But also deep into the ocean for Brazil’s first underwater Street View collection Mapping Brazilian Islands. While you won’t be able to come here as a tourist. Also known as “The Devil’s Hole.” this huge rock formation is a popular diving spot in Fernando de Noronha. Tourists, only permitted on the island in limited groups due to conservation efforts. These dolphins, known as “spinner dolphins.” due to their acrobatic modes of swimming. Also known as “The Devil’s Hole.” this huge rock formation is a popular diving spot in Fernando de Noronha. But also deep into the ocean for Brazil’s first underwater Street View collection. A trip to Fernando de Noronha may begin with a stop at Cacimba do Padre. These dolphins, known as “spinner dolphins.” due to their acrobatic modes of swimming.Mapping Brazilian islands Praia da Cacimba do Padre

But also deep into the ocean for Brazil’s first underwater Street View collection. These dolphins, known as “spinner dolphins.” due to their acrobatic modes of swimming. Mapping Brazilian Islands But now you can visit them from the comfort of your couch. Fernando de Noronha and Atol das Rocas are also sanctuaries for animals and marine wildlife precious to the regions.. These dolphins, known as “spinner dolphins.” due to their acrobatic modes of swimming.Mapping Brazilian islands Baia dos Porcos

A trip to Fernando de Noronha may begin with a stop at Cacimba do Padre. But also deep into the ocean for Brazil’s first underwater Street View collection. A trip to Fernando de Noronha may begin with a stop at Cacimba do Padre.
Mapping Brazilian islands Atol das Rocas
Also known as “The Devil’s Hole.” this huge rock formation is a popular diving spot in Fernando de Noronha. But also deep into the ocean for Brazil’s first underwater Street View collection.
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Fernando de Noronha and Atol das Rocas are also sanctuaries for animals and marine wildlife precious to the regions. But also deep into the ocean for Brazil’s first underwater Street View collection. g) these dolphins, known as “spinner dolphins.” due to their acrobatic modes of swimming.Mapping Brazilian islands Trinta Reis

f)These dolphins, known as “spinner dolphins.” due to their acrobatic modes of swimming. These dolphins, known as “spinner dolphins.” due to their acrobatic modes of swimming.
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Dolphins Swimming through Canal da Sela Gineta

Alongside divers snapping pictures. You can swim with a large sea turtle moving with the ocean’s current. These. Dolphins. Known as “spinner dolphins.” due to their acrobatic modes of swimming.

Mapping Brazilian islands Buraco das Cabras

Posted by Deanna Yick. Street View Program Manager. This Street View journey not only takes you across golden beaches and around towering cliffs.

Google Maps’ latest Street View imagery takes you through both UNESCO World Heritage Sites. These. Dolphins, known as “spinner dolphins.” due to their acrobatic modes of swimming.

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Vertical Street View world’s most iconic rock wall

Vertical Street View of the world’s most iconic rock wall: Yosemite’s El Capitan. earthtopomaps.comVertical Street View Screen Shot at

Vertical Street View June 24, 2015

Today we’re launching our first-ever vertical Street View collection. Giving you the opportunity to climb 3,000 feet up the world’s most famous rock wall: Yosemite’s El Capitan. Vertical Street View To bring you this new imagery, we partnered with legendary climbers Lynn Hill. Alex Honnold and Tommy Caldwell. Read more about the project from Tommy Caldwell, who completed the world’s hardest climb in Yosemite in January of 2015. -Ed.

“That is awesome. I definitely have to be a part of that.”.

Maybe it was the sheer exhaustion from being in the middle of a 19-day climb of the Dawn Wall. But when the guys at Google Maps and Yosemite National Parkasked if I wanted to help them with their first-ever vertical Street View collection of El Capitan in Yosemite. I didn’t hesitate. Yosemite has been such an important part of my life that telling the story of El Capitan through Street View was right up my alley—especially when it meant working with the Google engineers to figure out some absurd challenges.

Hear the legendary Lynn Hill explain describe the gear she uses as she starts up El Cap. earthtopomaps.com These 360-degree panoramic images are the closest thing I’ve ever witnessed to actually being thousands of feet up a vertical rock face.—better than any video or photo. But my hope is that this new imagery will inspire you to get out there and see Yosemite for yourself… whether you travel up a rock wall or just down the trail.
Climbing is all about flirting with the impossible and pushing the boundaries of what you think you can be done. Capturing Street View imagery 3,000 feet up El Capitan proved to be an extension of that, especially when you take a camera meant for the inside of a restaurant and mount it thousands of feet up the world’s most iconic rock wall.
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Brett Lowell and Corey Rich capturing Street View of Alex Honnold on the King Swing.
Doing anything thousands of feet high on a sheer granite face is complicated. But everyone up there had spent years of their lives on a rope and knew exactly what they were doing. After some testing. We used our tried-and-true climbing gear like cams and ropes to make sure the camera wouldn’t fall to the ground in the middle of our Street View collection.

Once we figured out how to keep the camera on El Cap, we created two sets of vertical Street View.

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Lynn Hill, Alex Honnold and Tommy Caldwell camp out 1,140 feet up El Capitan.
Lynn Hill’s ascent of El Capitan changed the paradigm of climbing. And she had an extraordinary effect on my climbing career. I’ll never forget when she became the first person. Man or woman, to free-climb (using only her hands and feet)“The Nose” back in 1993. Now, you can see her navigate these epic moves.— like climbing sideways on tiny holds of the Jardine Traverse, inventing a “Houdini” maneuver on the Changing Corners and traversing under the Great Roof. Vertical Street View.
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Lynn’s epic ascent up El Cap is now in Street View.
Any story of El Capitan had to include my good friend Alex Honnold. He holds the speed record for climbing the Nose at 2 hours. And 23 minutes – most people take 3-5 days. His unwavering confidence in himself is contagious; when. I’m with him, I feel like the mountain has shrunk to half its size. As you make your way around Yosemite in Street View, you’ll see Alex doing what he does best:. chimneying up the “Texas Flake.” racing up the bolt ladder. Or getting dinner ready in the solar-powered van he calls home. earthtopomaps.com  But years of setting ropes proved pretty helpful in figuring out how to get the equipment rigged and ready to collect Street View.
Just a normal day on on the Texas Flake for Alex Honnold.
You’ll also see a glimpse of yours truly on the Dawn Wall. I spent some of my rest days during my January climb of the Dawn Wall testing out the Street View technology the Google team had sent me that month. El Cap is an intimidating environment for experimentation. But years of setting ropes proved pretty helpful in figuring out how to get the equipment rigged and ready to collect Street View. earthtopomaps.com
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Tommy Caldwell climbing the sheer face of the Dawn Wall.
Then, we really put Alex to work to collect the second set of Street View: the entire vertical route of “The Nose” on El Capitan. One of the few people that could do this efficiently and quickly. Alex took the camera and pretty much ran 3,000 feet up with photographer partner Brett Lowell. Now, anyone can get the beta (climbing speak for insider advice) before they climb the entire route. Vertical Street View. Then, we really put Alex to work to collect the second set of Street View: the entire vertical route of “The Nose” on El Capitan. You’ll also see a glimpse of yours truly on the Dawn Wall.
Alex Honnold and Brett Lowell climbed 3,000 feet to get the entire route in Google Maps.
Yosemite when Google brings students to the park through NatureBridge later this year as a part of this project. Lynn, Alex and I also helped create a new Yosemite Treks page. Where you can take a tour up El Cap and learn more about climbing, from what a “hand jam” is to why we wear such tiny shoes. And as a father. I’m excited kids will learn more about. Yosemite when Google brings students to the park through NatureBridge later this year as a part of this project. Plus, its pretty awesome that students who can’t make it to Yosemite yet will be go on a virtual reality field trip to the Park with Google Expeditions. Lynn, Alex and I also helped create a new Yosemite Treks page. Yosemite’s driven so much of my life that I’m excited to be able to share it with the world through my eyes.
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Hear the legendary Lynn Hill explain describe the gear she uses as she starts up El Cap. earthtopomaps.com These 360-degree panoramic images are the closest thing I’ve ever witnessed to actually being thousands of feet up a vertical rock face.—better than any video or photo. But my hope is that this new imagery will inspire you to get out there and see Yosemite for yourself… whether you travel up a rock wall or just down the trail.
Tommy Caldwell, Lynn Hill, and Alex Honnold hanging out in Yosemite Hear the legendary Lynn Hill explain describe the gear she uses as she starts up El Cap. earthtopomaps.com These 360-degree panoramic images are the closest thing I’ve ever witnessed to actually being thousands of feet up a vertical rock face.—better than any video or photo. But my hope is that this new imagery will inspire you to get out there and see Yosemite for yourself… whether you travel up a rock wall or just down the trail.

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Trekker Loan Program turns two

Trekker Loan Program turns two!

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Trekker Loan Program.

Since then we’ve added imagery from a vast variety of locations.

b) Since then we’ve added imagery from a vast variety of locations. Since then we’ve added imagery from a vast variety of locations. — from natural wonders right in organizations backyards to hard-to-reach sites we would never have been able to access by ourselves.

Now with a tap of your finger or the click of your mouse. You can hike through the glorious mountainside in Spain with Generalitat de Catalunya Trekker Loan Program Walk the pilgrimage route of Kumano Kodo in Japan with the Mie Kumano-kodo Society of Commerce. And Industry Trekker Loan Program . Explore the Canadian Arctic with Polar Bears International.  And Trekker Loan Program even venture with the Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau across dried volcanic lava. Since then we’ve added imagery from a vast variety of locations.Trekker Loan Program Screen Shot at

You can visit the viking ruins and ice fjords in Greenland. Or go with Blue Ventures on a journey to Madagascar. the world’s oldest island. chock full of unique views and vegetation. And for those of you looking for an extra thrill. Journey to the Amazon Rainforest in Brazil to soar down a zipline with our partners. The Amazonas Sustainable Foundation. Since then we’ve added imagery from a vast variety of locations. Since then we’ve added imagery from a vast variety of locations.

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imagery from a vast variety of locations. h) we’ve added imagery from a vast variety of locations. –nd from natural wonders right in organizations backyards to hard-to-reach sites we would never have been able to access by ourselves.  i) then we’ve added imagery from a vast variety of locations.

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f) then we’ve added imagery from a vast variety of locations. . earthtopomaps.com

h) we’ve added imagery from a vast variety of locations. –nd from natural wonders right in organizations backyards to hard-to-reach sites we would never have been able to access by ourselves.  i) then we’ve added imagery from a vast variety of locations.

h) we’ve added imagery from a vast variety of locations. –nd from natural wonders right in organizations backyards to hard-to-reach sites we would never have been able to access by ourselves.  i) then we’ve added imagery from a vast variety of locations.

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Google Maps Street View elephants of the Samburu

Google Maps Street View. Walk alongside the elephants of the Samburu National Reserve. 

Google Maps Street View. It’s a wild life at the Save the Elephants research camp in Samburu. In the heart of northern Kenya’s wilderness. For the last 15 years at Save the Elephants. I’ve spent my days among the elephants. Working alongside my fellow Samburu people to study and protect them. Google Maps Street View.  Research shows that 100,000 elephants across Africa were killed for their ivory between 2010-2012. But thanks to our work in the Samburu National Reserve their numbers are now slowly increasing. Today, a visit to Samburu is a chance not only to see these magnificent creatures in their natural habitat. But also discover a uniquely beautiful landscape where people’s live are interwoven with the landscape’s wildlife. It’s my honour to invite you on a journey to my homeland with Google Maps Street View. earthtopomaps.com

Google Maps Street View. Every time I drive into the Reserve, I can see the trust on the elephants’ faces and feel a warm welcome. When I’m out and about. I never know which of my fellow citizens. I’ll bump into next. Street View Google Maps It could be some of the 600+ elephants I can recognize.—like the Hardwood family.—frolicking together. A group of Samburu warriors walking along the Ewaso Nyiro River. A pride of lions enjoying a bit of shade. Or a leopard crossing the path. While you make your journey through Street View. You may be surprised what awaits. Street View Google Maps.Hardwood family of elephants, Samburu National Reserve, Kenya Google Maps Street View . earthtopomaps.com


Google Maps Street View. South of Samburu, up into the hills of Kenya. The Lewa Wildlife Conservancy awaits exploration. In this greener landscape. You can cross the open savannah. Where animals like zebras and rhinoceroses live protected from poachers and hunters. Every day. The Lewa radio command center plots the movements of elephants. (and other GPS-collared wildlife) onto Google Earth to help rangers determine where elephants are and when they might be in danger. If an elephant’s GPS collar sends an alert to indicate the elephant has stopped moving. A team of rangers and tracking dogs will investigate. Save the Elephants was one of the first organizations to use this technology. Having collared 266 elephants across Africa since 1998. Street View Google Maps.Elephants and zebras graze in the open plains of the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy. Street View in Google Maps. Visiting the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. You can see the devastating effect of poaching and other causes of elephant deaths in Kenya. Founded in 1977. The Trust provides lifesaving assistance to wild animals in need. Including orphaned elephants and rhinos. At their Elephant Orphanage in Nairobi. Elephant caretakers stand in for an elephant’s lost family. Providing 24/7 care and specially formulated milk. As the orphans grow. They are gradually reintegrated back into the wild, where they are protected by the charity’s Anti-Poaching and Aerial Surveillance Teams. To date. The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust has hand-raised more than 180 orphaned infant elephants. Including little Sokotei. Who I helped to rescue in Samburu after his mother died of natural causes when he was six months old. He’s just one elephant amid thousands that have been lost across the continent. But when you’re up against a challenge of this scale, every elephant counts. Street View Google Maps. earthtopomaps.com
Google Maps Street View. Orphaned elephants play in the mud at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Nairobi, Kenya. I hope this glimpse into life in Samburu has inspired you to learn more about elephants’ plight and how you can help. Samburu is my home and is full of life. To ensure it remains that way. Please consider supporting the research of Save the Elephants. Making a donation to the anti-poaching efforts of Lewa Wildlife Conservancy. Or fostering an orphaned elephant at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. After exploring in Street View. Come and see us here in Kenya in person—we’d love to have you! Street View Google Maps.                                                             Posted by David Daballen, Head of Field Operations at Save the Elephants earthtopomaps.com

Google Maps Street View elephants of the Samburu

Google Maps Street View. Walk alongside the elephants of the Samburu National Reserve. Google Maps Street View Screen Shot at

Google Maps Street View. It’s a wild life at the Save the Elephants research camp in Samburu. In the heart of northern Kenya’s wilderness. For the last 15 years at Save the Elephants. I’ve spent my days among the elephants. Working alongside my fellow Samburu people to study and protect them. Google Maps Street View.  

While you make your journey through Street View.

Research shows that 100,000 elephants across Africa were killed for their ivory between 2010-2012. But thanks to our work in the Samburu National Reserve their numbers are now slowly increasing. Today, a visit to Samburu is a chance not only to see these magnificent creatures in their natural habitat. But also discover a uniquely beautiful landscape where people’s live are interwoven with the landscape’s wildlife. It’s my honour to invite you on a journey to my homeland with Google Maps Street View. earthtopomaps.com

Google Maps Street View. Every time I drive into the Reserve, I can see the trust on the elephants’ faces and feel a warm welcome. When I’m out and about. I never know which of my fellow citizens. I’ll bump into next. Street View Google Maps It could be some of the 600+ elephants I can recognize.—like the Hardwood family.—frolicking together. A group of Samburu warriors walking along the Ewaso Nyiro River. A pride of lions enjoying a bit of shade. Or a leopard crossing the path. While you make your journey through Street View. You may be surprised what awaits. Street View Google Maps.Hardwood family of elephants, Samburu National Reserve, Kenya Google Maps Street View . 

While you make your journey through Street View.

The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust has hand-raised more than 180 orphaned infant elephants.
(and other GPS-collared wildlife) onto Google Earth to help rangers determine where elephants are and when they might be in danger

earthtopomaps.comGoogle Maps Street View Screen Shot at


Google Maps Street View. South of Samburu, up into the hills of Kenya. The Lewa Wildlife Conservancy awaits exploration. In this greener landscape. You can cross the open savannah. Where animals like zebras and rhinoceroses live protected from poachers and hunters. Every day. The Lewa radio command center plots the movements of elephants. (and other GPS-collared wildlife) onto Google Earth to help rangers determine where elephants are and when they might be in danger. If an elephant’s GPS collar sends an alert to indicate the elephant has stopped moving. A team of rangers and tracking dogs will investigate. Save the Elephants was one of the first organizations to use this technology. Having collared 266 elephants across Africa since 1998. Street View Google Maps.Elephants and zebras graze in the open plains of the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy. Street View in Google Maps. Visiting the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. You can see the devastating effect of poaching and other causes of elephant deaths in Kenya. Founded in 1977. The Trust provides lifesaving assistance to wild animals in need. Including orphaned elephants and rhinos. At their Elephant Orphanage in Nairobi. Elephant caretakers stand in for an elephant’s lost family. Providing 24/7 care and specially formulated milk. As the orphans grow. They are gradually reintegrated back into the wild, where they are protected by the charity’s Anti-Poaching and Aerial Surveillance Teams. To date. The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust has hand-raised more than 180 orphaned infant elephants. Including little Sokotei. Who I helped to rescue in Samburu after his mother died of natural causes when he was six months old. But when you’re up against a challenge of this scale, every elephant counts. Street View Google Maps. earthtopomaps.comGoogle Maps Street View Screen Shot at
The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust has hand-raised more than 180 orphaned infant elephants.  
Who I helped to rescue in Samburu after his mother died of natural causes when he was six months old. 
But when you’re up against a challenge of this scale, every elephant counts.
(and other GPS-collared wildlife) onto Google Earth to help rangers determine where elephants are and when they might be in danger. 

While you make your journey through Street View. 

Google Maps Street View. Orphaned elephants play in the mud at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Nairobi, Kenya. I hope this glimpse into life in Samburu has inspired you to learn more about elephants’ plight and how you can help. Samburu is my home and is full of life. To ensure it remains that way. Please consider supporting the research of Save the Elephants. Making a donation to the anti-poaching efforts of Lewa Wildlife Conservancy. Or fostering an orphaned elephant at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. After exploring in Street View. Come and see us here in Kenya in person—we’d love to have you! Street View Google Maps     Posted by David Daballen, Head of Field Operations at Save the Elephants earthtopomaps.com .  The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust has hand-raised more than 180 orphaned infant elephants.

                                                   

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