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Nursery Unit  September  2017  They seemed to love the mud bath and wanted to join their friends there who were having lots of fun, especially Enkesha and Malima. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  September  2017  Murit woke up with a start and screamed for help which frightened Jotto who tried to climb onto his keeper’s bed. The bed was too high for him but the keeper quickly jumped down and soothed him. All in all it was a very shocking start to the morning!  
 
Esampu is a very naughty girl and was causing trouble today by bullying Ambo, Enkesha, Jotto and Malima. (read more...)
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Nursery Unit  September  2017  Emoli and Maisha didn’t join them until a bit later in the day and when they did, Enkesha chased Maisha around as she feels jealous of the new girl. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  September  2017  With so many waterholes filled, Enkesha had lots of fun rolling around in the mud. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  September  2017  Just as they reached the edge Sattao tried to sneak back into the water but his attempts were blocked by the two girls who jointly pushed him out of the mud pool and onto safe, dry ground where they escorted him to join his friends Musiara, Tamiyoi and Enkesha who were enjoying some soil dusting. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  September  2017  Little figures like Sattao, Musiara and Mactau, Tamiyoi and Enkesha were also seen scampering about but hardly able to charge and trumpet like the others, so they stayed slightly to the side so as not to get in the way. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  September  2017  The game was started by Enkesha, who really loves mud baths and in all kinds of weather. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  August  2017  There was a bit of a delay for their 9am milk bottle this morning as Enkesha decided to sneak to the mud bath area in search of milk. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  August  2017  The air was relaxed and calm as they were all so busy browsing. However, the situation suddenly changed when two fighting male impalas sprinted through the orphan herd sending them all scattering in fright in different directions. All the older orphans were shaken up and started stomping, bush bashing, charging and trumpeting whilst the smallest ones, Musiara, Sattao, Maktao, Jotto, and Enkesha were very frightened and started yelling as they ran everywhere looking for their keepers. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  August  2017  Eventually he just pushed them in opposite directions and did the same thing later on when Enkesha and Kuishi were fighting over some other pellets. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  August  2017  t 3pm while Enkesha was enjoying soil dusting, Ndiwa accidentally stood on her trunk and she shouted out in pain. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  July  2017  During the public visit, Enkesha and Jotto were busy challenging each other by shoving, pushing and head butting each other. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  July  2017  e orphans were quite chilly, and their keepers too! All the little ones like Musiara, Sattao, Malkia, Malima, Tamiyoi, Ambo, Enkesha and even Luggard wore thick double blankets to keep warm. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  July  2017  However, he decided to mount Enkesha’s head and even when Mbegu tried to stop him and pull him down, he kept on doing it. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  July  2017  The new orphan from Tsavo West was originally fighting and very stressed but settled overnight with the help of Enkesha(read more...) view
Nursery Unit  July  2017  Sneaky girl Ndiwa, lured Enkesha, Sana Sana and Mundusi away from the herd as the keepers were rounding the orphans up to take them back to the stockades for their 5pm feeding. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  July  2017  Today she was misbehaving by bullying anyone who tried to stretch their trunk to her and the pellets, with Enkesha and Malima being her primary targets. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  July  2017  The playfulness of Malima, Tamiyoi, Jotto, Ambo and Enkesha on the soil attracted the attention of the two little boys, Musiara and Sattao. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  July  2017  This time he was being very calm and gentle with them though. 
Enkesha is one orphan that can lead and escort others even when there is no keeper to lead the way. (read more...)
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Nursery Unit  July  2017  Esampu, Tagwa and Kuishi were driven away but Godoma she just blocked from getting close to him; she knows her position in the hierarchy of the herd and would not challenger her. 
Murit was a bit naughty during the public visit today and was in a very strange mood as he kept trying to bite his friends tails! He moved from one to the other but kept trying to bite Malima and Enkesha and it reached a point where Godoma had to intervene and block him from approaching any others. (read more...)
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Nursery Unit  July  2017  Maramoja was not happy with Pare’s behaviour and she drove him away from the herd to save Lasayen.  
 
Little babies will sometimes try to throw their weight around and be bossy; especially when they know there is someone around protect them! Enkesha is a sweet little girl that understands the little babies very well. (read more...)
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Nursery Unit  June  2017  She proceeded on to knock Tamiyoi, Malima, Jotto, Kuishi and finally Enkesha who she pushed through the rope cordon and into the crowd. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  June  2017  Soon after the orphans had settled out in the forest this morning, playful Malima, Jotto, Tamiyoi, Enkesha and Malkia were very happy and chasing after warthogs and their young ones who were also trying to graze next to the orphans. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  May  2017  Poor Enkesha’s healing trunk has been bothering her recently and with lots of puddles formed by the rain, she has been running from one to the other and dipping her trunk into the refreshing water. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  May  2017  Today he vanished even before the others went to the lorry, along with Enkesha and Ndiwa. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  May  2017  After a long time of playing, Mbegu led her small team under a big tree. On the ground beneath there were many wild fruits that had fallen and all the elephants were very busy trying to eat as many of them as they could. 
 
At the mud bath milk feeding today it was still chilly and none of the orphans wanted to go into the mud bath; that was of course except for Enkesha who can’t leave the mud bathing area without going in at least once! (read more...)
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Nursery Unit  May  2017  She hung her trunk over the bar of her stockade into his when she went to sleep.  
 
Jotto and Tamiyoi has a good time this morning out in the forest and engaged each other in a pushing game that lasted until 9 o’clock in the morning! Enkesha seems to enjoy dipping her wounded trunk into the mud and it must be soothing for her. (read more...)
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Nursery Unit  May  2017  Later on just before 3pm, Ndiwa again but this time accompanied by Enkesha, snuck away but clever Ndotto must have spotted them from a distance and he went ahead of Ndiwa to blocked her path to the mud bath. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  April  2017  However it was Enkesha who broke the morning’s peace by sneaking away from the group and leading Mundusi, Ndiwa, Kuishi and Mteto to the mud wallow where she settled into the mud pool to enjoy an early mud bath! (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  April  2017  It was quite funny to witness even Enkesha, who is a mud-bathing rock star, shying away from the mud pool after testing the temperature. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  April  2017  As soon as the baby group reached the forest, Enkesha, Esampu and Mbegu were ready to receive them. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  April  2017  Ambo and Enkesha were the first morning callers for all the orphans this morning. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  March  2017  This afternoon Enkesha was running all over the forest to and fro and we were not quite sure why. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  March  2017  Today when she found the opportunity she visited the baby group with Jotto, Enkesha and Mteto. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  March  2017  received some rain last night and this morning the orphan babies had something to smile about! In the early morning sun rays Enkesha, Ndotto, Mbegu and Kuishi all enjoyed rolling around in the small puddles formed in the forest overnight. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  March  2017  Enkesha is loved by almost everyone in the family and even the older boys! (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  March  2017  Malima has now has a little sister who loves mud bathing as much as her, in the form of Enkesha; Enkesha even fell asleep inside the mud bath today! (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  March  2017  After spending some time there they proceeded to walk out to the forest for their browsing time. 
 
Enkesha is continuing with her shouting behaviour – and sometimes it is for no reason at all. (read more...)
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Nursery Unit  March  2017  She was put on a drip to help her recover. The boy has a bit more fight, though he was also tired, but he ate some of the browse that was placed in his stockade. 
 
On the way home today the orphans were released in their small groups to make their way back to their stockades, but it seems that half way to the stockades Enkesha was bullied by one of those accompanying her, perhaps Rapa! (read more...)
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Nursery Unit  March  2017  Enkesha loves the little babies but a few days ago she was promoted to join the older herd. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  March  2017  The game didn’t last too long though as Ngilai saw Enkesha coming out of her stockade and rumbling as she always does, to alert everyone she is out and on her way to the forest. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  March  2017  The two were relieved when Enkesha came over to where they were playing as when Luggard saw her coming over he abandoned his efforts at trying to join their game and started chasing Enkesha around with the intention of trying to climb on her. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  March  2017  Soon after the first group of orphans had settled out in the visiting area after their milk, some were busy drinking water from the water troughs and others were rolling around in the red, clay soil, like Tamiyoi, Malima, Enkesha and Jotto. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  March  2017  Young Enkesha is doing so well and as soon as she comes out of her stockade she looks for a finger to suckle on, or another milk bottle to enjoy! (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  March  2017  In the morning they woke up fine and were happy to join Musiara, Chumvi and Enkesha – though Musiara and Enkesha were jealous of them to begin with after seeing how much attention they were getting from the keepers. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  March  2017  When all the orphans are let out of their stockades in the morning, he just waits beside his stockade, happily buying time to wait for Enkesha, Musiara and Chumvi. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  March  2017  The big females Ukame, Mbegu, Maramoja with the young girls Godoma, Sana Sana, Tagwa, Malkia, Esampu, Kuishi, Malima and tiny Tamiyoi were all busy welcoming the three little babies Musiara, Chumvi and Enkesha with the bad trunk. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  February  2017  Poor  (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  February  2017  Mbegu and Godoma with the younger members like Malkia, Malima, Tagwa and Esampu showed less interest in walking out of the stockades in a hurry and spent more time walking out and about the stockade area, feeding on some of Maxwell’s food that had spilled onto the other side of his gate, but it seemed their hidden mission was trying to wait for Enkesha and Musiara to escort them out to the forest! (read more...) view
 

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