View Boston Chronicle's Hope Elephants video
Rosie, Opal and Dr. Jim appeared in a segment of WCVB-TV Boston’s Chronicle Wednesday with an emphasis on their adaptation to Hope Elephants and the progress they are making, and Dr. Jim highlighted the need for elephant conservation. We hope you enjoy this video as much as we did.
Reporter Ted Reinstein was accompanied on the shoot by Bob Oliver, cameraman, and Margaret Harper, producer. “Chronicle: Main Streets and Back Roads” is the country’s longest running locally produced nightly news magazine. A brief advertisement from the station may precede the video.
Hope Elephants encourages visits by individuals, groups, and school classes at 11:30 and 3:30 daily except Thursdays, but because it is not an entertainment venue, walk-up visitors are not allowed. Arrangements can be made for a scheduled presentation by calling 207-619-4801 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hope Elephants never charges a fee for a visit, but it does request that individual visitors and family groups consider making a suggested donation. These donations are used to fund care of our resident elephants, maintain the facilities and deliver educational programming. Hope Elephants is a 501(c) (3) organization.