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Mr. Richard Lair C.

U.S. Conservationist

Thailand's Elephant Conservation Center

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Thailand's Elephant Conservation Center

Background Information

Employment History

Pre-Med Honors Student

University of Washington State , USA

Affiliations

Advisor and Foreign Affairs Officer
Elephant Conservation Center

Advisor
Asian Elephant Support

Advisory Board Member
Elephant Dating Bureau

Resident Elephant Advisor
Fios , Inc

Education

University of Washington State , USA

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Yahoo! News - Lifestyle

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'Phong', a four-year-old male elephant plays a xylophone in an 11-piece pachyderm orchestra conducted by U.S. conservationist Richard Lair(R) at Thailand's Elephant Conservation Center in Lampang, in this September 8, 2002 file picture. Activists from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) have launched a global campaign urging tourists to boycott Thailand, hoping to force the government to ban the tethering of elephants and their use in tourist shows, but PETA's findings have been challenged by conservationists and the Thai government, saying the group is promoting a one-sided campaign. (Jason Reed/Reuters)

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'Phong', a four-year-old male elephant plays a xylophone in an 11-piece pachyderm orchestra conducted by U.S. conservationist Richard Lair(R) at Thailand's Elephant Conservation Center in Lampang, in this September 8, 2002 file picture.Activists from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) have launched a global campaign urging tourists to boycott Thailand, hoping to force the government to ban the tethering of elephants and their use in tourist shows, but PETA's findings have been challenged by conservationists and the Thai government, saying the group is promoting a one-sided campaign. (Jason Reed/Reuters)
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'Phong', a four-year-old male elephant plays a xylophone in an 11-piece pachyderm orchestra conducted by U.S. conservationist Richard Lair(R) at Thailand's Elephant Conservation Center in Lampang, in this September 8, 2002 file picture. Activists from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) have launched a global campaign urging tourists to boycott Thailand, hoping to force the government to ban the tethering of elephants and their use in tourist shows, but PETA's findings have been challenged by conservationists and the Thai government, saying the group is promoting a one-sided campaign. (Jason Reed/Reuters)

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'Phong', a four-year-old male elephant plays a xylophone in an 11-piece pachyderm orchestra conducted by U.S. conservationist Richard Lair(R) at Thailand's Elephant Conservation Center in Lampang, in this September 8, 2002 file picture.Activists from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) have launched a global campaign urging tourists to boycott Thailand, hoping to force the government to ban the tethering of elephants and their use in tourist shows, but PETA's findings have been challenged by conservationists and the Thai government, saying the group is promoting a one-sided campaign. (Jason Reed/Reuters)
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'Phong', a four-year-old male elephant plays a xylophone in an 11-piece pachyderm orchestra conducted by U.S. conservationist Richard Lair(R) at Thailand's Elephant Conservation Center in Lampang, in this September 8, 2002 file picture. Activists from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) have launched a global campaign urging tourists to boycott Thailand, hoping to force the government to ban the tethering of elephants and their use in tourist shows, but PETA's findings have been challenged by conservationists and the Thai government, saying the group is promoting a one-sided campaign. (Jason Reed/Reuters)

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'Phong', a four-year-old male elephant plays a xylophone in an 11-piece pachyderm orchestra conducted by U.S. conservationist Richard Lair(R) at Thailand's Elephant Conservation Center in Lampang, in this September 8, 2002 file picture.Activists from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) have launched a global campaign urging tourists to boycott Thailand, hoping to force the government to ban the tethering of elephants and their use in tourist shows, but PETA's findings have been challenged by conservationists and the Thai government, saying the group is promoting a one-sided campaign. (Jason Reed/Reuters)
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The Thai Elephant Orchestra was co-founded by Richard Lair of the Thai Elephant Conservation Center in Lampang and performer/composer Dave Soldier.


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The Thai Elephant Orchestra was co-founded by Richard Lair of the Thai Elephant Conservation Center in Lampang and performer/composer Dave Soldier.

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