Thursday, October 29, 2009

Have You Watched the Elecam Lately?

The Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee is a 2,700 acre refuge for endangered elephants. In just four years, 24 elephants have made a home there. The Elephant Sanctuary is not open to the public, so the best way to catch a peek of the elephants is through the Elecam. I have to admit that when I looked I only saw some grass blowing in the wind, but I'll keep trying until I see an animal!

If you would like to read more about the elephants at the santuary, click here for a few titles.


Amy said...

Heather, thank you so much for posting this link. I didn't even know this existed, and now I can't wait to take a look through the Elecam!

Heather said...

Oh, Amy, you must, must, must see the baby giraffe cam at the zoo!

Amy said...

Oh that is too cute! By the way, I just checked the Elecam again and the camera was moving until it found the elephants, and it even zoomed in on one! Neat!