Visiting gorillas in Rwanda was the trip of a lifetime. Here’s another piece of the journal I wrote while I was there. ellen.tv/Journal2 *link in bio
I started a journal when I was in Rwanda. You can read some of it here. *Link in bio
Cap it all off with this EDWF cap!
This #WorldElephantDay, let’s do everything we can to make sure elephants are around for a long, long time. #Repost @edbyellen ・・・ Join us in our quest to #BeKindToElephants 🐘 With the purchase of each #elephant tee, 100% of the net proceeds will be donated to @DSWT to help save these beautiful creatures.
#Repost @mlorentz23 ・・・ Watching these seven year old twins play/ fight was very much like watching my own twins!!! @rwanda_tourism_ @passagetoafrica @safarious #visitrwanda #africaamazing #featured_wildlife #gorillas #volcanoesnationalpark @edwildlifefund @savinggorillas #twins #edwildlifefund
Congratulations, Addy on your awesome gorilla gala!
#Repost @leonardodicaprio ・・・ We produced the documentary, @VirungaMovie, a few years ago to raise awareness about the need to protect the last mountain gorillas. Recent news on oil threats remind us of the need to remain vigilant in protecting Virunga. @VirungaNationalPark has worked hard to build economic alternatives to oil for the local communities. Any decommissioning of the park would destroy that work, create more environmental damage and threaten the endangered mountain gorillas. Click on the link in bio to find out how you can help. Photo Credit: @sachsel
These giraffes know how to celebrate #InternationalKissingDay!
Koko showed us the profound intelligence of gorillas and how similar we really are. The world will miss her. #Repost @savinggorillas ・・・ "The Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund is saddened to learn of the passing of Koko, who helped raise worldwide awareness of and affection for her magnificent species. Koko’s life added to our understanding and admiration for the intelligence and good nature of all gorillas." -Fossey CEO/Chief Scientist Dr. Tara Stoinski #Repost @natgeowild ・・・ Photo by Ronald Cohn // Koko takes a self portrait with a camera, an image that ran in National Geographic magazine in 1978. Koko, the western lowland gorilla that died in her sleep Tuesday at age 46, was renowned for her emotional depth and ability to communicate in sign language. Click the link in bio to learn more about Koko.
Happy #WorldGiraffeDay & #NationalSelfieDay. Top this.
Helping gorillas has never been more adorable.
Today is the last day you can enter to win a trip to visit an animal sanctuary with @EllenPompeo! We can’t imagine anything more fun than that. #Repost @ellenpompeo ・・・ It's your very last call to join me at a wildlife sanctuary! Now when you enter you could also win a signed Grey’s script. Support The Ellen DeGeneres Wildlife Fund and enter through my bio link or at omaze.com/ellen. @OMAZEWORLD