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  1. The rescue and sad death of Kono - 7/11/2014

    An orphan calf was first spotted from the air alone late evening of the 4th of July and her position report to KWS and DSWT’s chief pilot. (read more)

    Offloading the calf at the airstip Geting ready to load the calf On arrival in the stockade Kono
  1. A brief update on the orphans at our new rehabilitation unit in Umani Springs - Kibwezi Forest - 7/9/2014

    On the 25th of June Murera and Sonje made the journey to Kibwezi Forest, the first two orphans introduced to our brand new rehabilitation unit purpose built to accommodate their needs. (read more)

    Orphans with Adan Lima Lima enjoying some greens Orphans headed to the salt lick area Orphans at the concrete pavement and wetland area
  1. DSWT Community Outreach Report - June 2014 - 7/8/2014

    The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust (DSWT) Community Outreach Program promotes an understanding of wildlife conservation amongst the communities living in wildlife areas within the greater Tsavo Conservation Area whilst gaining community goodwill by sustainable support of community based projects. (read more)

    One of the girls schools on a DSWT Field Trip new classroom at Kamunyu School watching a DSWT film show meeting the Voi orphans
  1. The graduation of DSWT Community Rangers from the KWS Law Enforcement Academy - 7/7/2014

    After three months of rigorous training 21 David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust (DSWT) Community Rangers graduated from the KWS Law Enforcement Academy, Manyani. (read more)

    The graduates receive their awards
  1. The Babies - 7/6/2014

    At present the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust has 20 orphaned elephants in the Nursery, four are babies – three females, Kamok, Ashaka and little Mbegu, and one male – Kauro. (read more)

    The baby group The babies filing into the forest behind their Keeper
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