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  1. Pasaka and Sieku, two tragic little orphans who lost their fight for life - 4/30/2009

    Yet another rescue alert on Good Friday l0th April 2009.   The Manager of Satao Camp in Tsavo East National Park heard a great deal of elephant screaming at a nearby waterhole during the night of the 9th, and at first light ventured out to investigate. (read more)

    Pasaka feeding The young calf arrives at the nursery.jpg Preparing Pasaka for the flight.jpg Pasaka tied in the back of the Satao Camp lorry.jpg
  1. One of East Africa's biggest seizues of Ivory - April 27th - 4/28/2009

    Pair plead guilty in Kenya after huge ivory haul

    Reuters

    April 27, 2009 
     
    NAIROBI, April 27 (Reuters) - A Kenyan and a Tanzanian pleaded guilty on Monday to illegal possession of ivory after being caught with hundreds of kilos of elephant tusks in one of east Africa's biggest seizures for years. (read more)

    Two men driving a car loaded with 512 kg of tusks were arrested in Kenya on Saturday . The haul represents the massacre of between 35 - 40 elephants The vehicle with the ivory inside Kenya's elephant population has dropped from 167,000 in 1963 to the current 33,000,
  1. The rescue of Nchan - 4/20/2009

    On morning of the 17th April the Milgis Trust scouts in Northern Kenya received a radio report from Lesanchu that an elder has just reported a baby elephant trapped in a well. (read more)

    Nchan in the back of the pickup Nchan's home rangelands Nchan on the airstrip Nchan meets the keepers
  1. The rescue of Isiolo - 4/7/2009

    The morning of Saturday 4th April brought another Rescue alert, this time from the Kenya Wildlife Service Senior Warden based at Isiolo, a man named Mailu who was involved in the rescue of Orphan Rapsu when serving in Meru National Park under Mark Jenkins. (read more)

    Isiolo upon arrival Isiolo out with his others Isiolo playing Isiolo snuggling up to a keeper
  1. The rescue of Tassia - 3/28/2009

    This 9 month old bull calf was found all alone by three Samburu herdsmen during the morning of 26th March, 2009 as they were herding their cattle in the arid scrub Acacia country of their tribal land in an area known as Olchurai. (read more)

    The calf in the truck awaiting the airplane rescue One of the Samburu men that rescued the calf sat with the calf on the journey to the airstrip Stephen takes details regarding the cafl from the men that rescued him The Keepers give the calf re-hydrate fluid

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