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  1. The story of Rafiki - 8/27/2008

    He towers over all our Ithumba elephants.   Looking miniscule beside him are Mulika, Yatta, Nasalot and Kinna, the largest and oldest Matriarchal elephants within the Ithumba unit, who diligently and with a conscientiousness that humbles any human watch over and protect the other 26 younger orphans in their extended orphaned Ithumba “family”. (read more)

    We names him Rafiki Rafiki next to Yatta Rafiki at the mudwallow with our Ithumba Orphans A tsavo sunset
  1. Kimana's rescuers visit - 8/26/2008

    Kimana received a visit from the Masai men who rescued him from Imbirikani Group Ranch, situated next to Amboseli National Park, on the 27th May. (read more)

  1. Suguta's rescue - 8/20/2008

    On the 18th of August we received another orphaned elephant calf, a tiny female just three months old. (read more)

    Suguta loaded onto the aeroplane Wilson Airport Nairobi Suguta so weak that she had to be helped to her feet Suguta back on her feet having a walk outside with Edwin
  1. Taveta's rescue - 8/12/2008

    Another quiet Sunday morning, the l0th August 2008, and yet another dreaded Sunday phone call alerting us that another Elephant Rescue was on the Cards. (read more)

    The llittle lone calf Having some milk The calf was called Taveta
  1. The rescue of Wasessa - 7/24/2008

    During a routine surveillance patrol by our Tsavo Mobile Veterinary Unit, a lone baby elephant was spotted on the plains beyond Irima Hill in Tsavo East National Park. (read more)

    One of the lions in the vicinity where Wasessa was found Wasessa very kali Robert looking at Wasessa in the stockade Wasessa

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