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  1. The rescue of Rapsu - 4/26/2005

    A phone call from Mark Jenkins, Warden of Meru National Park, on the 25th April 2005 alerted us to the fact that he had spotted a young elephant, all alone and far from any other herds, who was obviously an orphan, and too young to survive without milk. (read more)

    It took numerous people to capture the calf Once in a stockade at the Nairobi nursery the keepers began the difficult task of taming him Rapsu in an emaciated state, he had obviously been without his mother for over two weeks Rapsu and Kora share a special moment
  1. A magic morning with the Tsavo Orphans at Voi - 4/18/2005

    Daphne paid a visit to the Voi Orphans on the 16th April, and spent a magic morning in her old stamping ground. (read more)

    Burra runs to the mudbath along with Tsavo, Sosian and company Aitong, Emily Sweet Sally and Tsavo Mudbath time Sweet Sally, Aitong, Emily and Salama
  1. The Death of Nalitu - 4/14/2005

    Today, the 8th April 2005, there are tears, shock and despair, as a dark cloud of gloom, envelopes the Trust’s Nursery. (read more)

    Nalitu with Mischak
  1. Ndomot's rescuers visit him in the Nursery - 2/24/2005

    It was a special day when on the 21st of February 2005 the very same Samburu Warriors who rescued a tiny distraught elephant on 26th November 2003, wedged deep in a well dug by tribesmen in a dry Northern sand lugga, were able to spend two days with the now fat and boisterous Ndomot. (read more)

    One of the men that rescued Ndomot give him his midday feed while visiting him in the nursery The Samburu Warriors who 16 months previously rescued Ndomot visit him 16 months later The four men who rescued Ndomot spend time with all the orphans in the Nursery
  1. A visit from one of our 'Big Boys' Edo, Echo's nephew. - 1/10/2005

    The date was the 18th January 2005, and after an absence of 9 months, he suddenly appeared, in all his grandeur, this huge 16 year old Amboseli Bull who is one of our now fully independent “Big Boys”, a free spirit amongst his wild kin in Tsavo National Park doing what bull elephants of his age should be doing – travelling far and wide acting as the scouts for the cow herds, investigating new territory, finding new feeding grounds, and safe havens for those that will ensure the perpetuity of their kind, their females and the young. (read more)

    Edo greats Emily Edo allows Burra to climb onto his back Edo on the right with the orphans Edo and Emily in the waterhole

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