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<<--  Entry for:  November   10, 2017  -->>

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Voi Unit  November   10, 2017 It was a perfect beginning to the day with the earliest callers at the stockade being Ndara, Neptune, Lesanju, Sinya, Kivuko, Dabassa, Layoni and Tassia. They came for a drink at the stockades about 4:40am and left a few minutes before the juniors exited their night quarters. Tundani, Nelion and Embu followed the Ex Orphans for more than two hundred meters, before changing their mind and returning to the stockades where they joined their group for some supplement feeding. They all then made their way to the fields where they browsed in single file.

In the afternoon, the two orphan elands Kore and Tawi left Ngulia at the stockade and ran into the park. The two are now old enough to be able to go wild and over the past two weeks have enjoyed foraying into the wild. After a while the keepers, who fear for their safety, were able to woo them back to the stockade with range cubes and Lucerne pellets.


Ndara and Neptune coming to the stocakde

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