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  1. Shida Update - 1/20/2007 (RHINO UPDATE)

    Good News! Our orphaned Rhino, 4 year old Shida, who suffered a prolapsed rectum, underwent three surgical interventions under anaesthesia to correct the problem, is once again now fit and well, with a rear end that looks perfectly normal. (read more)

    Shida came to us as a tiny calf dwarfed by his stable Shida 20.01.07 Shida during one of his operations Shida thankfully back to his normal self
  1. ELEPHANT DIARIES - 1/10/2007

    Elephant Diaries (originally transmitted in July 2005) is to be repeated next week on BBC TWO at 7.00 pm, starting on Monday 15th January and running until Friday 19th January (one show each night of the week at 7. (read more)

  1. THE WORK OF THE TRUST'S BURRA DESNARING TEAM AND MOBILE VETERINARY UNIT - 1/9/2007

    Recently our Burra desnaring antipoaching team while patrolling the Ndii area in Tsavo East National Park came across two buffalos, both trapped in separate cable snares, but both still alive. (read more)

    A snared buffalo, held fast the the tree trunk by a cable snare around his head The cable snare cut across the buffalos face A cable snare can cause unspeakable agony for any animal unfortunate enough to get entangled in the The team work fast to cut the cable free
  1. SHIDA'S PROLAPSE - 1/7/2007 (RHINO UPDATE)

    Whenever one takes on an orphaned rhino, one can expect a roller-coaster of highs and lows, for the life of such ancient, territorial creatures is complex and filled with possible pitfalls. (read more)

    Shida just before his operation Shida during his operation The revival drug is administered Shida after his operation
  1. The West Gate Conservancy Scouts visit the two orphans they have saved, Loijuk and Lempaute - 12/12/2006

    The Scouts from the West Gate Conservancy in Samburu who rescued both Lempaute and Loijuk got to meet them again this month. (read more)

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