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  1. Elephant bull treated on the 23rd of Feb - 2/27/2015

    On Feb 23 2015, while on regular patrol in the southern Tsavo East NP, one of our pilots in the Trust's Super Cub sighted a bull elephant with a severe arrow wound in his left flank. (read more)

  1. Aerial Surveillance Report for January 2015 - 2/26/2015

    January, the month of transition from wet to dry is always a month where the Aerial Unit has to be on special watch for poaching activity around waterholes as Tsavo dries up. (read more)

  1. January Report from the DSWT's Anti-Poaching Units - 2/26/2015

    January saw a sharp increase in snaring activity over last month. Meru team alone recovered 179 snares, mostly intended for small game. (read more)

  1. Reunited with Ndume - 2/24/2015

    Imagine our joy upon discovering that the ‘wild’ bull who had been habitually drinking fresh shower water at Mark Deeble and Vicky Stone’s camp on the lower reaches of the seasonal Voi River turned out to be none other than ‘Ndume’ our 26 years old ex orphan. (read more)

    Ndume 2015 - Copyright Mark Deeble and Vicky Stone Ndume with wild friends Tsavo East 2015 Ndume 2015 Ndume with his wild friends Feb 2015
  1. Elephant calf treatment in the Mara Triangle - 2/11/2015

    On the morning of Wednesday, 28th January 2015 the DSWT/KWS Mara Mobile Veterinary Unit received a distress call from the management of the Mara Conservancy that one of their patrol teams had come across a young elephant calf with a tight cable snare round its front left leg. (read more)

    The calf is darted The wound before treatment Cleaning the wound The calf reunited with its mother

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