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  1. The DSWT/KWS July Anti-Poaching Report - 8/30/2016

    It has been an incredibly busy month for all the DSWT/KWS Anti-Poaching Units with all teams present and active in the field. (read more)

    Elephant carcas that part of the tusks had been recovered in Kishushe area Poacher arrested at Bisadi Area Patrol team lifted snares in Kimweli area Recoverd dikdik meat found in a hideout at Leslau area
  1. Sky Vet successfully treats a snared elephant in Meru - 8/18/2016

    A sub-adult female elephant was first reported on the 19th of June 2016 having been sighted with a snare around its trunk by the DSWT/KWS Anti-Poaching Team based in Meru National Park. (read more)

    Preparing to dart from the helicopter the snare wound the snare removed treating the elephant
  1. The Rescue of Sana Sana - 8/11/2016

    Sana Sana was thus named because our Keepers, who rescued her from Namunyak Conservancy in northern Kenya, had to negotiate convincingly to have her rescued. (read more)

    Sighting orphan Sana Sana Loaded onto the airplane Sana Sana in her stockade First day out in the bush
  1. A Monthly Aerial Report from the DSWT's Pilots - 8/5/2016

    During the month of July, the DSWT’s Aerial Unit anticipated a large influx of veterinary cases, as is usually the case at this time of year. (read more)

  1. DSWT/KWS Quarterly Mobile Veterinary Unit Report - 7/25/2016

    During the April to June 2016, 3-month reporting period, the DSWT in partnership with the Kenya Wildlife Service and their four dedicated KWS field veterinary officers, attended to 75 wildlife cases. (read more)

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