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  1. The Babies - 7/6/2014

    At present the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust has 20 orphaned elephants in the Nursery, four are babies – three females, Kamok, Ashaka and little Mbegu, and one male – Kauro. (read more)

    The baby group The babies filing into the forest behind their Keeper Little Ashaka
  1. Mother Elephant Treated for an Arrow Wound in Tsavo - 7/4/2014

    On the 28th June an elephant cow was seen at the Ithumba stockades with a large swelling on her right side stretching down to her abdomen. (read more)

    the elephant spotted from the air Treating the wound The arrow head is removed The easy to identify tusk
  1. Sky Vets Attends to a Speared Elephant in Northern Kenya - 7/4/2014

    On the 3rd of July the DSWT received a report from Space for Giants and Loisaba Ranch in Laikipia about an elephant bull with a spear lodged in his head. (read more)

  1. Best Friends Quanza, Zongoloni and exuberant Lima Lima join Murera and Sonje at the DSWTs Third Relocation Unit Umani Springs in the Kibwezi Forest - 7/3/2014

    With Sonje and Murera now safely ensconced in the DSWT’s new relocation in the Kibwezi Forest at Umani Springs, it was time for their three friends to join them. (read more)

    the Umani stockades
  1. The DSWT Launches a Rapid-Response Helicopter - 7/2/2014

    Thanks to the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust’s Patron Kristin Davis and her financial assistance and momentum, along with the many individual donors whose contributions through the US Friends of The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust have made the dream of a helicopter to support the DSWT ground teams, who work closely with KWS within the Tsavo Conservation Area (TCA), become a reality. (read more)

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