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  1. Mwashoti and Alamaya move to Umani Springs - 6/3/2016

    Two little elephants came into our care last year, literally ravaged, one from a poacher’s cable snare that almost severed his leg, and another victim of poaching who while alone, abandoned and vulnerable, was torn apart by hyenas, and was extremely lucky to be rescued in time. (read more)

    Alamaya and Mwashoti are loaded Murera, Alamaya and Sonje Mwashoti and Alamaya communicating during their journey Alamaya and Mwashoti having a drink with Sonje
  1. Launching the DSWT Tsavo Dog Unit - 6/1/2016

    In recent years the use of dogs in anti-poaching and law-enforcement has proved to be increasingly successful especially in the fight against ivory poaching in Africa. (read more)

    Tanja
  1. May's Community Outreach Report - 5/30/2016

    Since establishment the DSWT has been working with remote and marginalised communities through conservation programs aimed at sharing information and giving support to such communities living in wildlife dispersal areas, especially throughout the Tsavo Conservation Area. (read more)

  1. The DSWT/KWS April Anti-Poaching Report - 5/29/2016

    Another month patrolling the greater Tsavo Conservation Area and of the 31 arrests made by the DSWT/KWS Anti-Poaching Units during April, the Mtito team made the most apprehensions including mostly offenders caught logging and charcoal burning inside Tsavo East National Park. (read more)

    Ivory collected at Irima Plains Lifting snares at Irima Plains Team member destroying a charcoal kiln at Mbulia Increase in charcoal burning at Mbulia Ranch
  1. The next step for Olsekki, Enkikwe and Siangiki - 5/27/2016

    At last it was time for the naughty boys Olsekki and Enkikwe and their special friend Siangiki to make the journey to the Ithumba Rehabilitation Stockades in Tsavo. (read more)

    Olsekki and Enkikwe loaded in the moving truck Olsekki, Siangiki, Enkikwe Nasalot, Olsesekki, Siangiki

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