Welcome.

I’m Chase LaDue, a PhD candidate in environmental science and an applied ecologist studying the behavior, physiology, and conservation of elephants. I use integrative research to inform strategies that promote the welfare of these large mammals in in-situ (wild) and ex-situ (captive) environments.

Use the links above to learn more about my work. To follow my research adventures, please click here.

Wapiganapo tembo nyasi huumia.
When elephants fight, it is the grass that suffers.
~Swahili proverb

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