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  1. Mara Veterinary Unit - Mara Giraffe Treatment - 11/27/2011

    Masai Mara National Reserve is one of the best game viewing areas in the world. (read more)

    The giraffe is reported with a spear embedded in his back Restraining the drowsy giraffe with ropes Once the giraffe is on the ground the full extent of the injury can be assessed. The giraffe gets back to its feet after the operation
  1. The Rescue of Kithaka - 11/22/2011

    This tiny newborn male calf was orphaned during the morning of 20th November, 2011, apparently left by his mother when she and her herd were chased out of an area of human settlement near the Ruiri outpost in the lower Imenti Forest. (read more)

  1. The Mara Vet Unit treats a Lioness with an arrow wound - 11/21/2011

    In late November a distress call from Olare Orok Conservancy manager reached the Mara vet unit on a Sunday morning about a lioness spotted by a patrol unit with a arrow head lodged on its front left leg. (read more)

    The lioness Darting the lioness The arrow embedded in the lions shoulder The lioness after treatment
  1. Umani Springs in Kibwezi Forest - 11/16/2011

    Support the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust this festive season by visiting the Kibwezi Forest and exclusively booking Umani Springs, a stylish new self-catering retreat born from the Trust’s conservation efforts within this unique habitat, offering the epitome of African comfort whilst actively pursuing environmental stability and wildlife preservation. (read more)

  1. Mulikas First wild Born Baby - Mwende (the Loved One) - 11/11/2011

    Mulika had been seen as usual with Yatta’s Ex Orphan group during the morning of the 6th November, but when Dame Daphne Sheldrick arrived at the Ithumba Orphans’ mudbath with guests during the mudbath hour that day, whilst Yatta and some of her group were there awaiting the arrival of the Youngsters, Mulika was no longer with them. (read more)

    Mulika with the Nannies in hot pursuit Daphne is able to experience Mulika's baby's first day Huge storms swirled in that day Mulika with her baby at the stockades

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