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  1. Rhino Parasites - By Dr. Dame Daphne Sheldrick DBE - 9/24/2012

    The Black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis), a living relic of a more pristine period in the earth's history, must surely be one of Nature's most interesting and sophisticated animals. (read more)

  1. NEW - The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust Wilderness Journal - 9/21/2012

    Celebrated for their pioneering work reintegrating orphaned elephants and rhinos back into the wild, the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust is successfully expanding its efforts into habitat preservation; protecting vast expanses of wilderness, running extensive anti-poaching and de-snaring activities, mobile-veterinary units as well as aerial surveillance patrols and community development initiatives. (read more)

  1. World Rhino Day - 9/21/2012

    World Rhino Day – 22nd September 2012
    In 2011, 488 rhinos were poached in South Africa, up from 13 in 2007! Latest rhino poaching statistics indicate that 381 rhinos have been killed so far in 2012, at this rate, more than 500 rhinos will be killed this year in South Africa alone. (read more)

    Angela Sheldrick with a tiny Shida Magnum Solio with her Keeper Shida
  1. Special Auction in Aid of the DSWT - 9/21/2012

    Opportunity to bid on a selection of special auction lots in aid of the DSWT

    We are excited to share an exclusive opportunity with you. (read more)

    Unique Safari to visit the Trust's projects in Kenya Bronze by Terry Mathews Signed Keeper's jacket Origional watercolour by Angela Sheldrick
  1. The death of Nyika - 9/20/2012

    We awoke on the morning of 20th September, 2012 to a very unexpected tragedy, the sudden death of 10 month old “Nyika”, rescued in July from the Taita Ranch which abuts Tsavo East National Park, and which is a notorious poaching hotspot now occupied by ruthless gun-toting Somali herdsmen who not only kill the elephants, but who have also shot at the KWS Rangers that confront them, and killed at least one person. (read more)

    The Voi Keepers during the rescue The Keepers involved in Nyika's rescue Nyika at the Nursery Nyika having milk

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