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  1. The rescue of Kenze - 12/7/2006

    The evening of 6th December, 2006, and a call from our Chyulu De-Snaring Team made our hearts sink, alerting us to the fact that another young orphaned elephant had been spotted by members of the Community abutting the forest wandering around entirely alone. (read more)

    The DSWT Chyulu desnaring team rescue the calf Kenze before being placed in the rescue plane, riddled with ticks Kenze, sunken and drawn and clearly in a very weakened state Kenze meets the other orphans
  1. GALDESSA'S RESCUE - 11/22/2006

    Walking into the Generator Room of a tented Lodge on the Galana River, and cowering there until rescued, must surely be one of the most bizarre acts of desperation for an eight week old baby elephant, but this is exactly what happened during the evening of the 21st November . (read more)

    The Galana river in flood Galdessa accompanied by a keeper in the new stable at Voi Galdessa resting at the Nairobi nursery after his long ordeal Galdessa a day after his arrival at the Nairobi Nursery
  1. RESCUE OF LITTLE LEMPAUTE - 11/2/2006

    We received a phone call from Ian Craig of Lewa Downs at 12 noon on the 2nd of November regarding an elephant rescue from the West Gate Conservancy. (read more)

    Little Lempaute A tear Lempaute on the left & Lesanju follow Edwin Lempaute and another little one
  1. LESANJU IS RESCUED FROM THE MILGIS LUGGA - 10/15/2006

    It is uncanny that most Elephant rescues always seem to happen on a Sunday. Yet again this happened for the rescue of tiny “Lesanju”, on Sunday 15th October 2006, who fell down an 18ft well dug to access water for the Samburu cattle in the Milgis Lugga - the largest seasonal watercourse between the stunningly beautiful Mathews and the Ndotos mountain range in the Northern Frontier of Kenya. (read more)

    The Milgis Lugga Website profile of Lansanju being loaded Lesanju Samburu warriors from Northern Kenya
  1. THE RESCUE OF SHIMBA - 10/1/2006

    The Kenya Wildlife Service are currently in the process of translocating another 250 elephants from the Shimba Hills National Reserve to Tsavo East National Park, which is, the second phase of a massive exercise to move 400 elephants out of Shimba, which is a small Sanctuary with a rare coastal forest, close to dense human settlement which has brought sanctuary to many elephant refugees fleeing the poaching holocaust of the early seventies, eighties and early nineties. (read more)

    Shimba climbs on his dead mother Shimba suckles his dead mother The young orphan attaches himself to a keeper Shimba just before boarding the aircraft

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