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  1. The rescue of Sorka - 10/19/2014

    On the 3rd September an orphan elephant calf was seen by guests from Satao camp while on a game drive. (read more)

    Sorka and Bada in stockades next to each other Sorka is offered some milk Sorka enjoying milk Sorka having milk while out in the bush
  1. Reliving the March for Elephants - 10/16/2014

    Keeping the March Alive

    On 4th October the DSWT joined people across the globe in the March for Elephants. (read more)

  1. A September Report from the Aerial Surveillance Unit - 10/16/2014

    September, gripped by the peak of the dry season, has proven to be a busy month, with our teams together with The Kenya Wildlife Service preoccupied with elephant veterinary treatments, similar to this time last year. (read more)

    elephant and calf tsavo treating elephants Tsavo sunset
  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
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