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 Magical Moments made possible in 2014 - 12/10/2014
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Throughout 2014, in the face of the ever present threat of poaching, human-wildlife conflict and habitat destruction, the DSWT have witnessed incredible achievements for Kenya’s wildlife, made possible thanks to the moral and financial support of our supporters around the world. As we near the end of the year, we wanted to count down to the New Year by showcasing some of those amazing successes that have been made a reality for so many of Kenya’s wild species.

Mbegu and friends thriving at the nursery  The helicopter flies the Vet team in to save an elephant bull

Our ‘moments you made happen’ campaign looks back over the course of the year and each day throughout December we are revealing a magical moment you made happen.  Whether it’s saving an orphaned baby elephant trapped down a well, the dramatic treatment of an injured bull elephant targeted by poachers or the rescue of a new-born orphaned giraffe, each exceptional moment offers an insight into our lifesaving work in the field.

Baby Murit with a troubled beginning to life now doing well at the nursery  The majestic icon Tim gets to his feet after life saving treatment from the Vet team

Kili our orphaned new born giraffe and his keepers  Dupotto making new friends at the nursery

You can follow each magical moment via Facebook [http://www.facebook.com/thedswt], Twitter [http://www.twitter.com/dswt], Instagram [http://www.instagram.com/dswt] and on our special moments webpage www.thedswt.org/moments2014

As we recognise these achievements, we are mindful of the year ahead and being able to achieve even greater success in the protection of wild animals. So please share our moments campaign with your friends and family, so that more people can be aware of what great successes we can achieve when we all come together to save species, such as our planet’s iconic elephants.

Aerial Surveillance watches over Tsavo's herds  Orphans rescued and given a second chance at life

We all want to be able to do more to protect wildlife today and for the future and we hope you will continue to support our efforts so that we can create thousands more lifesaving moments.

   

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