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  1. Edo Returns - 2/12/2008

     

    Edo was born in March 1989 in Amboseli National Park, the son of the then famous Matriarch of the E Amboseli Study Group, named “Emily”, who, shockingly died having eaten from an unsecured  Lodge garbage pit. (read more)

    Edo 2008 Edo visits the Voi stockades and the keepers after an absence of nearly three years.jpg Edo 2008 Edo leaves the stockades in the evening light
  1. The role of an Elephant Keeper - 2/11/2008

    The orphaned baby elephants always arrive at The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust’s Nairobi National Park Nursery deeply traumatized, often injured, suffering from shock and grief having lost their elephant mother and family, for to a baby elephant, its mother and family are life itself. (read more)

    Dr. Dame Daphne Sheldrick with Aisha 1974 Benson and Lempaute Dr. Dame Daphne Sheldrick feeding Sobo 1970 Amos embraces little Dida
  1. An amazing True Story - 1/24/2008

    A lioness in Samburu National Park made international news, even portrayed on Kenya’s postage stamps, because she “adopted: and loved as her own, a baby oryx, sleeping beside it, carrying it around, and protecting it from other less friendly lions who viewed it as lunch. (read more)

    The lioness who adopted a baby buffal The baby buffalo calf deep in the water pipeline cement spare pipe The calf suffered head wounds where the lion had carried it into the pipe The Tsavo Veterinary Unit rescues the terrified calf
  1. 2007 Community Outreach Programs - NAIROBI - 1/18/2008

    Aside from our active Community Outreach Programs within the Tsavo Conservation Area operated alongside our antipoaching efforts, the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust runs a full time Community Outreach Program in Nairobi, headed by Josiah Aligula our Community Liaison Officer. (read more)

  1. Maxwell's eyes - 1/12/2008 (RHINO UPDATE)

    Today, on the 11th January 2008 we found out once and for all that Maxwell's blindness is beyond help. (read more)

    Dr. Antony Goodhead examines Maxwell's eye with ultrasound

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