Over the past century the natural range of wild elephants in Sabah has transformed from mainly forest, to a mixed landscape of plantations and settlements. Inevitably this has given rise to conflict as herds move through in search of food. Now a new wildlife management approach may offer a solution to nurturing a more harmonious future for humans and elephants. Introducing the elephant feeding grounds of Malambabula along the southern border of Tabin Wildlife Reserve. Imagine if diverse stakeholders could establish similar feeding grounds for wild elephants.