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  1. August Report from the DSWT Community Outreach Team - 8/29/2014

    In August the DSWT hosted eleven (11) school groups from Voi and Mtito-Andei for a fully sponsored field trip to Tsavo East or West National Parks. (read more)

    school at Mzima springs
  1. A July Report from the DSWT Anti-Poaching Units - 8/25/2014

    July has been the driest month of the year with strong winds which have exacerbated bushfires lit by bordering communities in northern Tsavo East with intent to clear grazing land for livestock, whilst fires have also grown out of control along the Mombasa highway. (read more)

    Logging and charcoaling in Tsavo The team at an observation point in Tsavo Discovering a poached elephant treating an injured elephant
  1. Other Orphans in our care - 8/25/2014

    The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust is best know for raising orphaned elephants and rhinos, but we have many orphans of varying species that have come into our care over the years that we have hand raised so that they may live a wild life again. (read more)

    Our latest arrival, Kili, rescued from Amboseli by The Kenya Wildlife Service A baby Nuk Cassie and Nyika Ngulia being raised at Voi by the Voi Keepers
  1. Siena, the Marsh Pride Lioness Injured again! - 8/25/2014

    Siena, already a famous Mara lioness of the Marsh Pride, became even more widely known after she was gored by a buffalo on the 4th April 2014, nearly severing her hind leg completely. (read more)

    Sub adult sits with Siena's cubs Siena's wound has been opened up Siena's cubs move off whilst she is treated The drugs take effect on Siena
  1. Kenya - Diverse and Unique - 8/24/2014

    Too often we are writing about the conservation challenges we face, but there are few countries in the world that can rival Kenya when it comes to natural beauty and wildlife, the differing landscapes, and the generous spirit of the people. (read more)

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