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  1. ELEPHANT TRANSLOCATION DIARIES - 9/30/2011

    The Masai Mara is home to the greatest and most spectacular ungulate migration in the world. Millions of Wildebeests accompanied by Zebras, Thomson Gazelles, Topis and followed closely by numerous Carnivores and birds of prey all cross manmade and Natural barriers to get to the rich savanna grassland of Masai Mara annually. (read more)

    Translocation team Running past the camp Loading into transport truck Exiting the crates
  1. A happy Ending - 9/28/2011

    Tarhi Tented Lodge abuts the seasonal Voi river’s watercourse situated beyond the Kanderi Swamp. (read more)

    The trapped baby Mum and calf The mother struggles in vain to rescue her calf
  1. The Rescue of Kasigau - 9/23/2011

    On the 22rd September 2011 a young elephant calf strayed into the grounds of Kiwanjani Lodge near the Kasigau massif within the Tsavo Conservation region between Tsavo West and East – an ancient migratory corridor between Tsavo East and West and a hotspot for both poaching as well as what is known as “problem animal control” since it is now populated by a human and very anti elephant community. (read more)

    Loading the orphan in the rescue plane Preparig to load the orphan in the rescue plane The Keepers giving the orphan an anti-biotic injection The orphan in the rescue vehicle
  1. Living Wild - 9/19/2011

    Angela Sheldrick and Robert Carr-Hartley both had unique childhoods, and for them growing up riding rhinos seemed quite normal place!  Today that seems hard to contemplate as Black Rhinos, once plentiful, are now fast becoming extinct due to the insatiable demand for rhino horn driven by the Far East. (read more)

    Roan and Taru inspecting 'blondie' Enjoying playing football with the nursery babies Roan with Amos Taru having fun with the nursery babies
  1. Field Notes - 9/16/2011

    We were airborne out of Kaluku in 5Y DTP at 6.15am on morning of 15th September 2011 and the plan of action was to fly over the Sobo region of Tsavo East National Park as a routine recce on behalf of the Kenya Wildlife Service. (read more)

    Leopard & giraffe 16Sept11 Lion Tsavo Triangle near carcass Leopard & Giraffe 15Sept11

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