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  1. The rescue of Chyulu - 8/18/2006

    During one of our Chyulu Desnaring Teamís routine patrols on the 18th of August in the Kibwezi forest, they came across a tiny elephant calf of about 5 months old stuck in a drying waterhole on the boundary with the community in an area called 'Kithasyo' and managed to extract the calf assisted by the community. (read more)

    Chyulu in the stable at Voi Chyulu on arrival in Nairobi at the DSWT Nursery Chyulu Chyulu embraced by the rest of the Nursery Unit
  1. A three month old calf with a poisonous arrow wound - 8/2/2006

    On the 19th of July a report was received by The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust's Mobile Veterinary unit in Tsavo East National Park of a small elephant calf still with its herd but obviously injured. (read more)

    The injured calf is spotted close to its mother and the Matriach The Matriach and mother desperately try to attend to the calf as it succumbs to the drug Reviving the mother and calf having finished cleaning the calf's wound The mother and calf are revived simultaneously
  1. Update on Kora - 8/1/2006

    After further thought and consultation with many Veterinarians, including the Southern African experts, everyone came to the conclusion that surgery on Koraís infected jawbone was not an option for two reasons. (read more)

    Kora just moments before bording the rescue plane A close up on Kora's jaw wound the day he arrived Kora at the nursery soon after arrival Kora today, a year and three months after arriving at the nursery
  1. Translocation of Elephants from the Ngulia Rhino Sanctuary, Tsavo West National Park - 7/3/2006

    The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trustís Mobile Veterinary Unit operating together with KWS spent the early part of the month translocating elephants from the Ngulia black rhino sanctuary in Tsavo West. (read more)

  1. MOSSO - A SHORT AND TRAGIC LIFE - 6/29/2006

    She was a baby elephant born in the Laikipia region of Northern Kenya and, apparently, had been an orphan since September 2005. (read more)

    Mosso's Capture Mosso being prepared for the flight Loading the calf onto the aircraft Preparing the calf for the flight

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