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  1. The Mara Vet Unit treats a wounded bull in June 2011 - 8/30/2011

    Towards the end of June, the Mara mobile Vet Unit was informed by The Narok District Game Warden of a bull elephant that was injured and required the attention of our unit. (read more)

    The injured bull Swollen front leg The Vet attending to the injury Cleaning the arrow wound
  1. The rescue of Rombo - 8/29/2011

    The Oltepes village lies within a traditional elephant migratory passage linking Tsavo West and East and as such is an area of ongoing human/wildlife conflict. (read more)

    Rombo with the spear wound through the ear Rombo having milk Rombo getting some loving from a keeper Rombo
  1. Water is Life - 8/22/2011

    The Tsavo conservation area, Kenya’s largest and most important wildlife Sanctuary, and home to the country’s largest single population of elephants, encompasses 60,000 square kilometers much of it extremely arid and waterless country –   Much of this region was previously simply known as the Taru Desert. (read more)

    The Ndara Windmill Elephants at Ndara Elephants waiting for the Dida Harea trough to re-fill The Aruba windmill
  1. National Geographic Magazine September 2011 issue - 8/16/2011

    For a number of months throughout 2010, spread between two separate trips, National Geographic Magazine editor at large, Michael Nichols, spent intimate time immersed in the Orphans Project, capturing exquisite images that encompass the essence of our work. (read more)

    Michael Nichols Photograph by Michael Nichols. Daphne Sheldrick, who founded the Nairobi Elephant Nursery. Photograph by Michael Nichols.  Wasin, rescued from the Namunyak Wildlife Conservancy in Samburu Photograph by Michael Nichols.  Protecting baby Shukuru from the cold and rain,
  1. The new Tiva Antipoaching Team - 8/14/2011

    Following evidence of an upsurge of poisoned arrow poaching throughout the Tsavo Conservation area, not least the removal of a poisoned arrow from the shoulder of  Nursery reared Orphan “Kora”, now living wild at Ithumba among other ex orphans, permission was sought and granted by The Kenyan Wildlife Service for the Trust to commission another permanent anti-poaching team. (read more)

    The sad remains of a dead elephant.jpg Aerial surveillance Unit, with DSWT antipoaching team and dead elephant in the foreground.jpg KWS Rangers and theTiva team with recovered ivory A hardened poacher.jpg

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