Sakrebyle elephant camp (Sacrebyle, Sakrebail), located at Sakrebail, in Shivamogga, in India, was founded in 1965 and the first elephant arrived in 1965.
At Sakrebyle elephant camp (Sacrebyle, Sakrebail) lives 20 elephants with records in this database: (detail list)
Sakrebyle means ‘fields of sugar’ in Kannada, and this elephant camp is situated on the Shimoga Mangalore highway and it is 14 Kms from Shimoga city, at Sacrebyle village. This is one of the oldest camps in India for rehabilitating and training elephants. The Sakrebailu Elephant Camp was set up in 1965.
As many as four trained elephants from Sakrebail elephant camp, near here, commenced their journey to their new home, Dudhwa National Park in Uttar Pradesh on Monday. Karnataka government decided to hand over 12-year-old Amrutha; two-year-old Prakruthi; five-year-old Kiran, and six-year-old Bhaskar from Sakrebail camp to Uttar Pradesh.