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  1. Kenya’s Lamu District is losing its Big Bulls - 8/28/2013

    The Lamu District was once home to the densest population of wildlife in Kenya and in 1972 boasted the second largest elephant population in Kenya estimated at over 21,000. (read more)

    the team at work the wounded bull in Lamu removed arrow Vet euthanises the bull
  1. The rescue of Vuria - 8/27/2013

    On the 31st of July 2013 the Kenya Wildlife Service alerted the DSWT rescue team based in Voi of an orphaned elephant in the Taita area on Lualenyi Ranch. (read more)

    The calf is captured Vuria browsing in the stockade Naipoki with Vuria a couple of days after her arrival at the Nursery Kihari with Vuria on her first day out
  1. Heartbreak at the Nairobi Nursery - 8/22/2013

    It is with profound heartbreak and sorrow that we have to announce the death of our precious Nursery baby, Ajabu, rescued the day she was born on the 4th April, 2013 having been found abandoned near the Tsavo East Park airstrip. (read more)

    Ajabu rubs in the dust Ajabu plays with a hosepipe Ajabu and Sonje Ajabu goes into the bush
  1. Tsavo’s Wings - 8/16/2013

    Aerial surveillance is key to curbing the illegal intrusion of poachers, especially within Tsavo East and West National Parks where the environment is harsh and often inaccessible. (read more)

    Big herd of elephants in Tsavo Flying over Tsavo Tsavo's big tusker Giraffe in Tsavo
  1. Working Hand-in-Hand with the Communities - 8/14/2013

    For over a decade the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust’s Community Outreach Programs have been vital in building sustainable relationships with the local communities bordering Kenya’s National Parks and wildlife protected areas. (read more)

    Sports equipment donated School Trip in Tsavo Children with the orphans at Voi Tree Planting

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