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  1. The Trip that Crushed Me - By Jackie Cittone - Magid - Board Member US Friends of DSWT - 11/15/2013

    My trip to Denver this week was a different sort of experience than those that I am used to sharing. (read more)

  1. An Elephant Move with the Break of the Rains Kihari, Naipoki and Ishaq-B graduate to the Voi Rehabilitation Unit - 11/13/2013

    The rains have been waited for patiently by all of those at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust’s Nairobi Nursery. (read more)

    Ishaq-B during the move Kihari having some milk on arrival Naipoki greeting one of the voi orphans The orphans all meet up
  1. A Tsavo Bull's Remarkable Recovery - 11/9/2013

    With all three of the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust’s mobile veterinary units working at full force in the field in an effort to save as many injured wild animals as possible, especially the elephant and rhino victims of poaching, it is always a great pleasure and incredibly heart-warming to reunite with one of the patients treated, especially when their life-threatening wounds have healed so completely. (read more)

    Helicopter taking off snare removed the bull is tranquilsed the teams wait GPS coordinates from the air
  1. De-Snaring Tsavo - 11/9/2013

    The Faru (Burra) Anti-Poaching Unit led by Moses Simuyu Wakesa, operates within Southern Sector of Tsavo and Ranch lands, including the Lion Hill/Manyani stretch of Tsavo East National Park which is an area that is predominentlly open grasslands, with few acacia trees standing in isolation. (read more)

    A nasty snare for large animals the snare attached at an acacia tree a snared antelope recovering bushmeat left out to dry
  1. The rescue of Zongoloni - 11/8/2013

    Zongoloni’s heartbreaking story has made grown men cry. This unfolded on Sunday 22nd September. (read more)

    Last moments together Zongoloni coming down to mudbath Zongoloni

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