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  1. A Quarterly Update from the DSWT/KWS SKY Vet Program - 3/5/2015

    During the period from November 2014 to January 2015 the DSWT/KWS Sky Vet was called to handle eight emergency wildlife cases across the country. (read more)

  1. The rescue of Boromoko - 3/5/2015

    We received a call late on the 4th of January from Brian Heath, the Chief Executive of the Mara Conservancy, about an abandoned baby elephant who had been observed for a couple of days on the plains of the Mara. (read more)

  1. Wild Born Baby Emma - 3/1/2015

    It is with a sense of joy, wonder and amazement that we see wild newborn, and wild living little ‘Emma’ racing around the legs of her vigilant ex orphan ‘Nannies’ as well as those of Emily, her mother, who came to us in early infancy as an orphan and who was, like many other newborn orphaned peers, so problematical to steer through the first three milk dependent years of early elephant life, and most especially through the first four months needed to cut their first set of four infant molars. (read more)

  1. Elephant bull treated on the 23rd of Feb - 2/27/2015

    On Feb 23 2015, while on regular patrol in the southern Tsavo East NP, one of our pilots in the Trust's Super Cub sighted a bull elephant with a severe arrow wound in his left flank. (read more)

  1. Aerial Surveillance Report for January 2015 - 2/26/2015

    January, the month of transition from wet to dry is always a month where the Aerial Unit has to be on special watch for poaching activity around waterholes as Tsavo dries up. (read more)

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