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  1. DSWT Aerial Surveillance Unit June Report - 7/24/2015

    Widespread rain refilled waterholes in many parts of Tsavo on the 1st of June, which carried water through much of the month before starting to dry out. (read more)

  1. Another happy ending for a calf and its mother - 7/23/2015

    It was a normal day on the 19th of July down in Tsavo with the Voi elephant keepers and the Tsavo Mobile Veterinary Unit engaged in a normal day’s activities when they received a call notifying them that a calf had fallen into a water trough at the Sentrim/Tarhi camp. (read more)

    Getting the calf out of the water trough The calf follows the keepers The young calf suckling Mother and calf reunited
  1. Simotua joins the Nursery herd in the Nairobi National Park Forest for the first time - 7/9/2015

    This tragic calf came to us on the 23rd of June with a dramatic snare wound around his front leg and a hole in his forehead from a spear. (read more)

    Simotua out with the other orphans Simotua eating well the other orphans looking after Simotua Simotuas wounds healing well
  1. A monthly Report from the Community Outreach Program - 7/8/2015

    In June 2015, the DSWT hosted seven school trips, two wildlife video shows, planted 100 seedlings, donated assorted sports equipment and books to schools in the TCA whilst taking part in Kenya Water Towers Agency development strategies for the Chyulu Hills and Kibwezi Forest ecosystems. (read more)

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  1. Alamaya; From a she to a he! - 7/7/2015

    Alamaya was rescued from the Masai Mara late on the evening of 17th March 2015, found alone, Alamaya arrived to our Nursery in darkness, with terrible wounds to the genital area caused by a Hyena, which had also bitten off Alamaya’s tail! At first glance, Alamaya was perceived to be a female elephant and so that is how it remained. (read more)

    Working in a difficult area Alamaya before his operation Alamaya the evening he arrived with his genital and rear end ravaged by hyeanas Alamaya being lead to the operating room

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