EAI IN THE NEWS
December 9, 2021 - People Magazine
As a young woman, Carol Buckley bought baby elephant Tarra out of a neglectful situation, then trained her to be a star, eventually founding a sanctuary to house the animal after retirement
December 9, 2021 - Yahoo News
An 11-year custody battle for an elephant named Tarra recently ended at the Tennessee Supreme Court. Tarra is back with Carol Buckley, the animal's original caretaker and owner, who first met Tarra in 1974 when the elephant was an 800-pound baby.
December 9, 2021 - BainbridgeGA.com
Carol Buckley has moved her elephant Tarra to Elephant Refuge North America (ERNA), an 850-acre natural habitat refuge in Attapulgus, GA. Tarra joins Bo, a 34-year-old castrated male elephant who arrived at the Refuge in September.
November 24, 2021 - Lewis County Herald
Tarra, the beloved elephant who gained national attention at The Elephant Sanctuary in Lewis County, was reunited Thursday with her rightful owner Carol Buckley. With the decade long custody battle for the 7,000-pound animal finally over, the two now head to Georgia and Buckley's new Elephant sanctuary.
September 23, 2021 - WRDW
South Georgia’s newest resident is nearly 11 feet tall and weighs five tons. Bo, a 34-year-old male elephant who retired from the circus after performing for 30 years, arrived at Elephant Refuge North America in Attapulgus Thursday.
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