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  1. Reunited; a happy ending for one elephant family - 6/29/2015

    It was another beautiful day on the 27th of June down in Tsavo East with the Voi elephant keepers and the Tsavo Mobile Veterinary Unit engaged in a normal day’s activities when a call was received that changed the day, and things went from normal to extraordinary. (read more)

    Keepers moving in to rescue the trapped calf Rescuing a sticken calf The baby is reunited with her mother and herd
  1. Safi turns One - 6/27/2015

    As a token of appreciation from the KWS Meru National Park’s Rhino Sanctuary and in recognition of the efforts the Trust has been making within the Meru ecosystem, the DSWT was given the great honour of naming the Sanctuary’s newest rhino calf, who was born in 2014. (read more)

  1. Monthly Report from the DSWT/KWS Anti-poaching Units - 6/23/2015

    During the month of May 247 snares were recovered by the teams on duty (Meru - 137, Burra - 21, Kenze - 36, Ithumba - 17, Ziwani - 36). (read more)

  1. The DSWT Aerial Surveillance Unit May 2015 - 6/19/2015

    The DSWT Aerial Unit enjoyed a fairly quiet month during May with fewer poaching incidences in the protected areas, particularly involving snaring and poisoned arrow poaching. (read more)

  1. Tsavo Eye and Dental Mission - 6/17/2015

    In pursuit of the DSWT’s objective to support communities bordering the Tsavo Conservation Area through education, improved livelihoods and healthcare, a free eye and dental program was organised during the month of May with support from staff and surgeons from MEAK (Medical and Educational Aid to Kenya). (read more)

    an operation in progress patients waiting after cataract treatment another operation by the team

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