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  1. Sky Vets; Another timely treatment of an elephant bull - 8/7/2015

    A herd of big wild bulls visited the mudbath at Ithumba to take water on the 6th of August and it was noted by the Trust’s Keepers that one in the group of 10 huge bulls had a poisoned arrow wound, approximately two weeks old to the left flank. (read more)

    The DSWT patrols the skies observing the wounded bull The team are forced to retreat Lots of pus is washed from the wound The team at work
  1. Daphne and the family join the Masai Mara Mobile Veterinary Unit while treating a young bull in the Masai Mara - 8/6/2015

    There is no place in the world like the Masai Mara during the migration season.  This wildlife spectacle within such a beautiful setting must surely be unrivaled on earth. (read more)

    The vet prepares to dart the elephant Daphne watches the treatment The vet team at work The migration
  1. The rescue of Simotua - 8/4/2015

    On the 22nd of June we received a report from Caroline and Andrew Mules regarding an injured elephant calf, clearly an orphan judging by his thin body condition and his horrendous injuries. (read more)

  1. A month with the KWS/DSWT Anti-Poaching Units in Tsavo - 7/31/2015

    In the month of June a high number of snares were recovered by the DSWT Anti-Poaching Units operating within the Tsavo Conservation Area. (read more)

    A team member with arrested notorious elephant poacher Assorted snares lifted during the month Three lampers arrested with seven dikdik carcasses A team on a daily patrol
  1. The Treatment of an Injured Amboseli Bull - 7/31/2015

    THE TREATMENT OF AN INJURED AMBOSELI BULL

    On 24 July 2015, an elephant was sighted near the KWS headquarters in Amboseli with a spear wound to his right flank. (read more)

    Craig, an injured elephant bull Craig is darted for treatment Dr Poghorn attends Craigs wounds Tim. previously treated by the vet unit, is doing well

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