​​Our Mission: 
We use the power of film and technology to bring awareness and provide solutions to the plight of the Asian elephants..

Who We Are: 
Conservation filmmakers and scientists, supported by interns, students and special guests. 


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Sri Lankan wild elephants are going Extinct!

Reports show that there were 12,000 wild elephants in Sri Lanka in 1990, and only about 4,000 today.  There have been nearly 300 confirmed elephant deaths in each of the past 5 years.   Nearly everyday we lose an elephant unnecessarily.  With only 4,000 of this species remaining - we must act now!


Help Us Save 

The Sacred Elephants of Asia

Introductory Films

See our video about Sam, here:

we are a fully registered nonprofit 501c3 

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Origins of Saving Ganesh

Message from our Founder, Philip Price

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We funded his transport to safety

Our Adopted Orphan, SAM

We are Elephant Conservationists

We have a unique model for saving elephants and are passionate about our work. We provide a platform for talented filmmakers and scientists to join us with their own passion and skills. In Sri Lanka, we often embed ourselves with DWC's rangers and veterinarians.   In Karnataka, India we are conducting cutting-edge pilot studies of new technologies for elephant deterrence and forage enhancement. 

Our story is rich and getting richer.  Hear our tales, view our films, and support us in taking Direct Action! 

Our Founder’s First Assignment in Sri Lanka was in 1998
("Elephants of Paradise," CameraQ)