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  1. The rescue of Dupotto - 10/14/2014

    On the 9th August Angela Sheldrick was contacted by Mark Goss regarding an orphaned elephant calf rescued by KWS and the Mara Elephant Project Scouts. (read more)

  1. Sky Vets in the Mara in an effort to save an injured mother elephant - 10/6/2014

    DSWT funded Sky Vets at work in the Mara in an effort to save an injured lactating elephant with a young calf. (read more)

    A bullet wound to each of the front legs The plane on route to the Mara Antibiotics and Pain Killers are adminstered Antiseptic Spray is applied to the wound
  1. Fighting for their Lives - Elephants and Humans march together - 10/5/2014

    Today the World Marched for Elephants and Rhinos and a year on from the launch of the iworry campaign's International March for Elephants and Rhinos, we organized a special event at our Nairobi Orphanage. (read more)

    Kithaka and his Keeper march together Keepers and elephants marching together Murit taking his bottle with his keeper Arruba Supports the cause
  1. Ziwa returns to Nairobi - 10/2/2014

    Ziwa has not thrived since his translocation to Ithumba.  Infact his continued decline and weakness reached a point where he was too weak to get to his feet on the 17th of September and required an IV drip. (read more)

    Ziwa heading to the airstrip Loading Ziwa onto the plane Ziwa in the bush in Nairobi Ziwa back in Nairobi
  1. The rescue of Embu - 10/1/2014

    Towards the end of July KWS officers in charge of Mount Kenya National Park were in touch with Angela concerning the fate of a young orphaned elephant sporadically spotted on the forested slopes of Mount Kenya on the Embu side of the mountain. (read more)

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