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Look Out For Elephants: exclusive collection

10 September, 2013 - 16:15 -- World Land Trust
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Lily and Lionel's Emily Bronze scarf, looped
Lily and Lionel's Emily Bronze scarf showing the rear view of a herd of elephants

World Land Trust and Lily and Lionel have collaborated on a stunning range of silk scarves to raise awareness and funds to help protect African Elephants.

The exclusive Look Out For Elephants collection will be available from Lily and Lionel and from Harrods.

The African Elephant is the world’s largest land mammal yet its natural habitat is shrinking at an alarming rate.

Lily and Lionel will donate 20% from the sale of each scarf to World Land Trust (WLT).

In turn, WLT will use the funds to support a project with Nature Kenya, WLT's conservation partner in Kenya. The project will focus on the Arabuko‐Sokoke Forest, the largest fragment of coastal forest left in East Africa. Funds will support vital research of the elephants in the forest and help protect this unique habitat. 

Here, within one of the country’s most biodiverse regions, the magnificent African Elephant is under threat from depletion of water sources, degradation of the forest and poaching.

Made from hand-spun silk, the beautiful scarves showcase stunning imagery from twice award-winning Press Photographer of the Year and WLT ambassador, David Bebber.

The exclusive Look Out For Elephants collection has three striking designs. The scarves are on sale at Harrods and online from Lily and Lionel.

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WLT has been supporting Kenyan wildlife conservation in partnership with Nature Kenya since 2009, with an initial focus on preserving the grasslands of Kenya's Kinangop Plateau. You can support conservation in Kenya by donating to WLT's Action Fund and specifying Kenya in the comments box.

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