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  1. Kipini Conservancy Elephant Treatment - March 31st 2014 - 3/31/2014

    Late on the 29th of March a call was received from a Kenya Forest Service (KFS) officer at Kipini Conservancy in Lamu County who had located a young bull elephant with a severe snare around its leg and requested veterinary assistance. (read more)

    The plane at the airstrip with the Vet Team The young bull after sedation The nasty snare wound to the leg caused a lot of pain We hope the young bull will make a full recovery
  1. The New Kibwezi Forest-Chyulu Hills Elephant Rehabilitation Unit - 3/25/2014

    With an ever-increasing herd of orphaned elephants being cared for by the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, the challenges faced in providing a safe future for all of them is of upmost concern, especially during such times when there is great pressure and conflict over viable elephant habitats, droughts are ever prevalent and ivory poaching is still a severe threat throughout the country. (read more)

    The gate to the Kibwezi Forest The Kibwezi Forest Elephants in the Forest the new stockades
  1. A Report from the DSWT's Anti-Poaching Units - 3/25/2014

    During the month of February unseasonable rains graced the greater Tsavo Conservation Area, which is normally incredibly dry, bringing fresh vegetation and filling up all the natural watering holes. (read more)

    finding an elephant carcass helping with the aerial count lifting snares destroying a charcoal kiln
  1. Wildlife Clubs of Kenya Conservation Rally - 3/24/2014

    The Wildlife Clubs of Kenya (WCK) with assistance from the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust (DSWT) organised a conservation awareness rally to address the escalating trend in poaching in the greater Tsavo Conservation Area (TCA). (read more)

    Gathering for the Rally Speeches and awards take place Schools make presentations Preparing for lunch
  1. A busy month for the Aerial Surveillance Unit - 3/21/2014

    February was an exceedingly demanding month for the Aerial Surveillance Unit, seeing the Trust's four aricraft taking part in the Tsavo-Mkomazi aerial census of elephant and wildlife, whilst continuing patrols over the Tsavo Conservation Area and responding to any emergency reports in partnership with the Kenya Wildlife Service. (read more)

    flying over tsavo's elephants DSWT pilot in action Giraffe herd elephants in Amboseli
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