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  1. Napasha's Operation on his leg - 9/17/2004

    The morning of the 17th August, Napasha tried to mount Taita, to which Taita objected, dislodging him and causing him to fall on a stump which pierced his left foreleg, leaving a piece of dry stick deeply imbedded in the flesh. (read more)

    A photograph of Napasha's wound on his front left leg A two inch stick is removed from Napasha's leg Napasha after his operation still feeling drowsy Napasha wakes up after his operation and is assisted to his feet
  1. The demise of 'Ziwani' - 9/17/2004

    “If only” is perhaps the saddest phrase in the English language, and if only we had been able to rescue a yearling male elephant calf in time, found by KWS Rangers all alone in and near the Ziwani swamp in Tsavo West National Park, we might have been able to save him. (read more)

    Ziwani is coaxed out of the swamp by Keepers Catching Ziwani Ziwani is captured and then loaded onto the vehicle and taken to the airstrip The DSWT mobile veterinary unit works on Ziwani's wounds
  1. The rescue of Galana - 8/15/2004

    It always happens on a Sunday! <<116200453245-pic1.jpg>> During the morning of Sunday 15th August, a phone call from our De-Snaring Team Leader in Voi alerted us to the fact that a young female elephant had been rescued near the Galana river, about 10 miles from the Sala Gate on the Eastern boundary of Tsavo National Park. (read more)

    Galana moments before being rescued Galana being captured Three Keepers from Voi work hard to restrain the calf Galana is then loaded into the mobile veterinary vehicle
  1. The sad story of little Oltukai - 7/21/2004

    The Amboseli Elephants are famous. They have been the subject of an in-depth study for the past 28 years and the family history of every individual is known intimately, from the day it was born until the day of its death. (read more)

    Oltukai Arrival at the airstrip Carried on a canvas stretcher the calf is revived once inside the stockade Once on dry land he starts to run on the dusty lake flats
  1. Moving Taita, Olmalo, Selengai, Wendi, Tomboi, Napasha. Kinna, Yatta, Nasalot and Mulika to Ithumba - 6/18/2004

    This particular move of six of our Nursery Elephants has entailed a great deal of heart-searching and planning, being more complex than usual, since the decision had been taken that the time had come to split the Voi group. (read more)

    The Nairobi orphans are loaded in the early morning The orphans arrive at Ithumba All six of the nursery orphans arrive at Ithumba Tomboi and Napasha exit their truck rapidly

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