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  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
  1. Two Sad Losses - 1/12/2006

    RESCUE OF LUMO 20.12. (read more)

    The elephant calf in the 206 plane The little calf in the Boma at Illingwesi, with his rescuers, having a feed from the Trust Keepers The little calf is carried into the stable The little calf is laid on the aircraft hanger floor while the pickup is driven closer
  1. NDOLOLO UPDATE - 1/9/2006

    Our little blind elephant who arrived at the nursery on the 16th of October, whose life swung precariously in the balance, is today, against all odds, growing from strength to strength. (read more)

    Ndololo Ndololo walking to the midday mudbath Ndololo with Zurura Ndololo snuggles up to his Keeper
  1. 'Elephant Diaries' update to be aired on January 25th 7.00pm BBC ONE - 1/8/2006

    ELEPHANT DIARIES UPDATE BBC ONE on Wednesday 25 th January at 19.00 (7. (read more)

  1. Moving Naserian, Rapsu and Buchuma - 12/16/2005

    Once again, dawn of the 15th December 2005 saw three large trucks draw slowly from the Loading Ramps at our Nairobi Nursery, this time each carrying one elephant, namely Naserian, Rapsu and Buchuma, bound for Ithumba, the Trustís Rehabilitation Centre in the Northern Area of Tsavo East National Park and the important next step of growing up and rehabilitation back where they belong, amongst their wild kin in a Protected Area that can offer them ultimately a wild life, but also a quality of life that is the birth-right of every elephant. (read more)

    Buchuma discovers Ithumba after a long and gruelling journey Buchuma emerges from his lorry Buchuma feeling his way, meeting old friends in Ithumba Buchuma stretching out, meeting new friends, and enjoying the red earth of Tsavo

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