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Nursery Unit  October  2013  m. we were alerted that another rescue was on the cards, this time of a lone orphan at Kinango near Kwale at the Coast. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  October  2012  A somber mood prevailed today, for we lost little Kinango as dawn broke. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  October  2012  Baby  (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  October  2012  Baby Kinango is still poorly, but fighting bravely for life, still feeding well and passing firmer stools, but remaining off-colour. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  October  2012  She was warmly received by Mutara, Shukuru, Turkwel, Tano and Sities who sandwiched her as she walked out. Young Lemoyian was also warmly welcomed. The Big Girls, especially Mutara the Matriarch, have had a busy time dealing with all the month’s new arrivals! Mutara tried to control Narok, Lemoyian and also Rukinga along with her favourite baby Kinango who is always attached to her. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  October  2012  Kinango has lost a great deal of condition during his teething process (the eruption of the first four molars always causes difficulty in the infant elephants). (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  October  2012  A blood sample was taken from Kinango for analysis at the Nairobi Hospital Clinic. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  September  2012  Their game soon ended when little Kinango cried in frustration for not being able to reach Naipoki’s teats, prompting all the Big Girls to rush back to him. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  September  2012  As the Big Girls ran to greet the babies (Barsilinga, Kinango, Kithaka and Balguda), Orwa and Kwale enjoyed a Pushing Game which attracted the attention of Naipoki and Ishaq-B and this prompted the two boys to end their game. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  September  2012  Little Kinango is doing well now, having cut his first molars. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  September  2012  She is now active again, and sharing possession of little Kinango with her best friend, Mutara, often taking leadership of the herd to and from the Stockades. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  September  2012  As such he is a favourite with the Keepers and also enjoys “mothering” baby Kinango, even allowing the little one to suckle his tiny teats! (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  August  2012  Up until the arrival of Kinango, Barsilinga has been the Keepers’ “baby” and while he has been tolerant towards Kinango usurping his privileged status, today his jealousy erupted. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  August  2012  In the afternoon he joined up with Nyika, Barsilinga, Kithaka and  (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  August  2012  He is always very sad to see them leave the compound. Today Kinango is unwell, passing a lot of dung which is too loose. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  August  2012  utara makes good use of the time she spends with the babies, pushing all the other orphans away in order to have little Kinango all to herself. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  August  2012  Because it was a drizzly morning, Kinango was kept inside his stable. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  August  2012  Today, we have split the Nursery elephants into 3 groups, mainly because Kinango won’t take his milk properly when with the Big Girls and is not yet used to the Hanging Blanket. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  August  2012  They then waited outside baby Kinango’s door until he was let out. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  August  2012  Last night Kinango was given an infusion of blood plasma just in case he had not had the opportunity to suckle his mother and benefit from her first colostrum milk. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  August  2012  The arrival of Kinango necessitated another change in the sleeping arrangements, Sities and Naipoki being moved into the Stockade next door to Tano, with Bomani in Naipoki’s former stable, and Kinango in that previously occupied by Sities and Orwa next door. (read more...) view
Nursery Unit  August  2012  It was a lucky day for a tiny orphaned elephant near Kwale who had been spotted alone on the Kwale – Kinango highway sheltering under a large parked truck. (read more...) view
 

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