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  1. Lualeni, yet another rescue - 11/29/2004

    She was seen sleeping under the shade of a tree, all alone, in Hilton Hotels Taita Hills Sanctuary, with no other elephants nearby, and since she was only about 4 months old, she was obviously an orphan doomed to die with no chance of survival without her mother’s milk in a wild situation. (read more)

    Luoleni makes friends with Sunyei Lualeni abandoned,  alone and exhausted, she just fell asleep under a tree. The calf is urshered towards the vehicles, but she seemed resigned to her fate She immediately takes a bottle of milk from the Keepers
  1. The Death of Seyia - 11/29/2004

    His Masai Mara Conservancy mother had advanced septicaemia, possibly as the result of a snake-bite, or so the Vet that treated her surmised. (read more)

    Seyia, a brave little elephant who tried so hard to live Seyia was loved by all, and will be sorely missed Remembering Seyia Seyia wakes from his operation
  1. Nalitu, another tiny orphan - 11/11/2004

    The Uaso Nyiro River (the Masai name for “Red River”) has as its sources tributaries that rise in the forests of both the Aberdare mountain range and Mount Kenya. (read more)

    Nalitu in the back of the landrover Nalitu glups down a bottle of milk before being loaded onto the plane Nalitu immediately falls asleep while in the back of the landrover after her milk bottle Nalitu sleeps throughout the flight to Nairobi, despite being strapped in
  1. The rescue of Seyia - 11/10/2004

    Another hectic Sunday 7th November (it always happens on a Sunday!); another rescue alert following a phone call from the Mara Conservancy that there was a young, and very sick elephant mother, with an enormous festering abscess on her abdomen and a tiny newborn calf, who was in a very weak condition. (read more)

    Seyia with his mother being observed by the Mara rangers It became obvious that they required help, the mother desperately sick and without milk The mother had a huge absess under her stomach The mother is operated on
  1. Jipe is rescued - 10/2/2004

    At the far Southern end of Tsavo West National Park is Lake Jipe, lying across the Kenyan/Tanzanian border, a beautiful lake that was once the unique jewel of Tsavo West, being the only natural lake in the vast 8,000 square mile arid scrubland that comprises Kenya’s famous Tsavo National Park. (read more)

    Jipe follows Joseph Sauni to the plane Jipe meets Edwin who has flown down from the Nairobi Nursery to collect him Jipe takes some milk before the flight to Nairobi Jipe next to the plane having a feed

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