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  1. Ndotto - A week later - 8/17/2014

    Last week the tiniest baby elephant we have ever had came into our care from the remote Ndoto Mountains. (read more)

    Ndotto in the stockade after arrival Entering his stockade Putting a blanket on Ndotto Milk time
  1. Team Work to Save an Injured Bull in the Shadow of Mt Kilimanjaro - 8/8/2014

    On the 4th of August a report from Big Life’s security scouts was received concerning an injured bull elephant on the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro near Amboseli National Park. (read more)

    the team prepare for darting in the helicopter treating the wound KWS Vet Dr Kaitho The helicopter prepares to take off
  1. Rapid Response Saves Two Bulls in Tsavo - 7/30/2014

    Rapid response to any wildlife emergency is vital in determining the ultimate outcome of any mission. (read more)

    the arrow was deeply embedded in the flesh Dr Njoroge prepares the dart gun Dr Poghon removing the arrow the team helps keep the elephant cool with water
  1. A Report from the DSWT's Aerial Surveillance Unit - 7/17/2014

    The DSWT’s Aerial Surveillance Unit has been fully active during the month of June, operating throughout the Tsavo Conservation Area, whilst responding to any emergency reports or incidences in partnership with the Kenya Wildlife Service. (read more)

    DSWT's TCA Helicopter Elephants on the Galana River Aircraft landing at Witu Forest Patrolling over the Chyulu Hills
  1. A Quarterly Report from the Mobile Veterinary Units - 7/16/2014

    Now with four Mobile Veterinary Units in operation within Kenya covering the greater Tsavo, Mara, Meru and Amboseli ecosystems, the DSWT, in partnership with the Kenya Wildlife Service, is extending a far reaching veterinary rapid response service to wildlife in need. (read more)

    the new Amboseli Unit treating an elephant in Tsavo West A poisoned arrow An injured lion

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