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  1. Monthly Report from the DSWT/KWS Anti-Poaching Units - 1/19/2017

    Although generally a quiet month, during December the Anti-Poaching Units kept up their guard, patrolling the Tsavo Conservation Area, creating a vital security presence whilst supporting bordering communities and preventing further wildlife crimes. (read more)

  1. The Move of Naseku, Kauro and Tusuja to Ithumba - 1/13/2017

    Hot on the heels of the previous move, it was a quick turnaround to get the next three orphans earmarked for the Ithumba relocation Unit down to join best friends Oltaiyoni, Kamok and Roi. (read more)

    Making sure Naseku, Tusuja and Kauro are secure Naseku, Tusuja and Kauro arrive in Tsavo Offloading Naseku at Ithumba with milk Naseku being welcome by the other orphans
  1. Kamok, Roi and Oltaiyoni Make the Move to Ithumba - 1/12/2017

    On the 28th of December 2016 two of our naughty Nursery girls, along with oldest female Oltaiyoni, made the journey to DSWT’s Ithumba Relocation Unit in the Northern Area of Tsavo East National Park. (read more)

    Oltaiyoni loaded into the moving lorry Kamok and Boromoko with the Nairobi and Ithumba keepers Kamok, Oltaiyoni and Roi having their first milk bottle Orwa welcoming Roi
  1. December's Aerial Report - 1/12/2017

    The much-needed rains, which began in November, continued through most of December across much of Tsavo, although they were late in areas around Voi. (read more)

  1. Emily's Ex Orphan Herd Return on the 1st December 2016 - 1/9/2017

    Tsavo National Park and its important environs encompass a vast area of 16,000 square miles and is home to Kenya’s largest population of elephants, currently standing at a population of some 11,000 in number. (read more)

    Icholta and Inca in Emily's herd Eden and Emma, Emily's baby, at the water trough Emily's Ex Orphan herd at the Voi stockades Thor playing at his mothers feet

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