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 Status Update - Follow the DSWT on Twitter and Facebook - 11/12/2009
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Over the past few months we have been building our presence on social networking sites Twitter and Facebook, in fact you may have found us on their already!

Initially developed to help friends share with each other their latest news, stories, pictures and more, we have recognised the value of these websites in allowing our foster parents, donors and friends to become even more involved in the daily happenings of the charity.  With instant written and photographic updates from the field!  Not only that, but by joining us on these social networking sites you’ll be joining likeminded individuals and helping to increase other people’s awareness of the charity and the life saving work we undertake in Kenya.

So, if you are interested in getting the very latest news from the DSWT and helping spread our message for wildlife conservation, please go to our new Social Networking page where you can choose to follow us on Twitter and Facebook.  Don’t forget through Twitter and Facebook we post short instant updates, you would still need to regularly check the sheldrickwildlifetrust.org website for all detailed accounts of orphan rescues along with their photographs, updates and regular reports on anti-poaching and veterinary unit operations and so much more.  Better yet, foster an orphan elephant or rhino with us and get your own monthly email updates on the Orphans’ project along with links to the Keepers Diaries.

Why not Tweet your support now!

Maalim grows up, nearly a year old now

Kibo climbs Suguta with Tumaren on the side  Mutara with Galo Galo

 

   

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