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  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
  1. Treatment of a snared elephant calf in Rumuruti - 2/11/2015

    On Ngorare Ranch in Rumuruti the ranch manager reported on the 8th of Ferbruary news of a tiny baby bull elephant with a snare wound tight around his leg. (read more)

    The calf with its mother before treatment Cutting the snare The calf after treatment The calf reunited with the herd
  1. Supporting the Communities and Elephants of the Mwalunganje Elephant Sanctuary - 2/9/2015

    The DSWT invests considerable time and resources in creating collaborative and beneficial relationships with local communities bordering sensitive wildlife habitats and protected areas. (read more)

  1. Saving Tsavo's Giants - 2/4/2015

    Working with KWS the DSWT teams have been hard at work in recent weeks saving some of Tsavo’s Giants from poison arrow wounds. (read more)

  1. A month with the Community Outreach Unit - 2/3/2015

    During January the DSWT hosted six field trips for schools in and around Mtito-Andei, donated 90 learning desks to three schools in Kibwezi (30 desks for each school) with a generous donation from Aktionsgemeinschaft Artenschutz (AGA) e. (read more)

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