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  1. Alamaya; From a she to a he! - 7/7/2015

    Alamaya was rescued from the Masai Mara late on the evening of 17th March 2015, found alone, Alamaya arrived to our Nursery in darkness, with terrible wounds to the genital area caused by a Hyena, which had also bitten off Alamaya’s tail! At first glance, Alamaya was perceived to be a female elephant and so that is how it remained. (read more)

    Working in a difficult area Alamaya before his operation Alamaya the evening he arrived with his genital and rear end ravaged by hyeanas Alamaya being lead to the operating room
  1. Academy Award-winning actress Lupita Nyong'o meets the elephant orphans - 7/6/2015

    On Tuesday 29th June, we had the honour of welcoming Lupita Nyong'o along to the DSWT’s Nairobi Orphanage as part of her return visit to her native Kenya. (read more)

  1. The Rescue of Elkerama - 7/2/2015

    In mid May an orphaned elephant was reported on Elkarama Ranch in Laikipia. A milk dependent calf approximately 2½ years old had been observed over a period of three weeks. (read more)

    The orphans escort Elkerama out as Keepers watch on Elkerama on the vehicle Enkikwe escorts Elkerama Elkerama eyes the camera
  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)

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