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  1. An Elephant calf is rescued from the mud and reunited with its mother and herd. - 1/28/2006

    Tsavo East Written by Joseph Sauni Head Keeper Voi Unit On the 23rd January, after a successful day in the bush with the Voi Unit orphaned elephants, we received a call from KWS late in the evening to say that there was a small calf stuck in the mud near a leak in the Mombasa water Pipeline, which had caused a black cotton bog. (read more)

    The Keepers wade into the mud to try and free the stuck calf They place a rope under the calf's stomach The calf is pulled to safety The wash some of the mud off the calf who stays close to his rescuers
  1. NDOLOLO HEARTBREAK - 1/27/2006

    When he was found on the 17th October 2005, he was in a coma and as good as dead, and his elephant mother, if, indeed, the elephant with him was his mother, had given up all hope, for she was gently covering him with soft earth and leaves in an act of burial. (read more)

  1. KNIGHTHOOD FOR DAPHNE SHELDRICK IN NEW YEAR’S HONOURS LIST - 1/23/2006

    Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II appointed Dr Daphne Sheldrick to Dame Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, in the 2006 New Year’s Honours List. (read more)

  1. Rescue of Sian - 1/17/2006

    On Friday 13th January, the Amboseli Research Team became aware that “Soila”, the elephant, so named after Cynthia Moss’s Assistant, Soila, was missing from Amboseli’s famous “SA” elephant family – a unit that spends a lot of time in Tanzania, crossing over the border from Amboseli near Africa’s highest mountain, Kilimanjaro. (read more)

    Kora comforts the new calf Sian is calmed down by the other orphans Sian adjusted Sian's first day out with the other orphans, just 24 hours after she arrived
  1. Loijuk, two rescues in a day - 1/15/2006

    It always seems to happen on a Sunday, but never before have we had to cope with 2 orphaned elephant rescues on a quiet Sunday afternoon, which suddenly turned out to be anything but a quiet afternoon! Since the failure of the November/December rains over most of the country, exacerbated by hotter than usual conditions, most of Kenya has been gripped by devastating drought conditions, its normally green pasture (at this time of the year) reduced to a desiccated and baked landscape. (read more)

    Loijuk with her rescuers The little calf is carried into a prepared stable Loijuk with little Ndololo Loijuk

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