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  1. DSWT De-Snaring Units reporting from Tsavo - 4/1/2018

    With the rains arriving in March it was a relatively quiet month for the teams.  The rains also caused a difficulty with vehicle patrols as muddy tracks made traversing far and wide nearly impossible, thankfully the DSWT helicopter made up for this, and was able to land rangers at hotspots to patrol on foot when needed. (read more)

  1. Meet Molly - 3/30/2018

    Max, Naiko and Tanja were the original three musketeers comprising the DSWT Canine Unit launched in 2016. (read more)

    Molly The four dogs in the canine unit Naiko with grooming gear Invicus K9 training
  1. Community Outreach Report March 2018 - 3/30/2018

    In March, the DSWT carried out 7 schools trips for schools around Mtito-Andei area to Tsavo West National Park. (read more)

  1. Elephant calf successfully treated and reunited with mum - 3/27/2018

    Snares are cruel, indiscriminate and illegal. More often set to trap animals for bushmeat, any passing creature is at risk, and so it was that yesterday morning on the 26th March 2018 our DSWT/KWS Mount Kenya Veterinary Unit attended to a young elephant calf on Elkerama Ranch in Central Kenya that had stepped into a snare. (read more)

    Calf with a snare standing next to her mother Cleaning and attending to the snare wound Calf next to the mother recovering from the anaesthesia Mother and calf reunited
  1. Aerial Survelliance Report for February 2018 - 3/23/2018

    February was a busy month, especially for the helicopter. Farmers were preparing to harvest their crops, so the helicopter was involved in several cases of pushing crop-raiding elephants back into protected areas. (read more)

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