The following is Elephant Orphan named: AITONG  (foster now)

Name Gender Date Born Location Found Age on Arrival Comments Reason for being Orphaned
 AITONG  Female  November 1994 Masai Mara Aitong  2 Weeks  Herd abandoned her, presumed as a result of poaching in Aitong-Masai Mara  Poaching 

Elephant Orphan Gallery for AITONG:

 Aitong at a waterhole Aitong takes a little rest Aitong & Moran Aitong feeding
Aitong at a waterhole
photo taken on 11/21/2008


Aitong takes a little rest
photo taken on 9/2/2008


Aitong & Moran
photo taken on 9/1/2008


Aitong feeding
photo taken on 6/17/2008


 Laikipia & Aitong feeding Aitong enjoys feeding on grass & creepers Salama and Aitong Aitong
Laikipia & Aitong feeding
photo taken on 5/8/2008


Aitong enjoys feeding on grass & creepers
photo taken on 4/1/2008


Salama and Aitong
photo taken on 3/29/2008


Aitong
photo taken on 1/13/2008


 Aitong heading to the water hole Aitong & Sweet Sally feeding Aitongs left tusk is broken Aitong has lost part of her tusk
Aitong heading to the water hole
photo taken on 1/1/2008


Aitong & Sweet Sally feeding
photo taken on 11/20/2007


Aitongs left tusk is broken
photo taken on 9/18/2007


Aitong has lost part of her tusk
photo taken on 7/29/2007


 Aitong Aitong, Sally and Emily see the others to bed Aitong and Edo enjoy a mudwallow together Emily and Aitong
Aitong
photo taken on 5/10/2007


Aitong, Sally and Emily see the others to bed
photo taken on 1/19/2005


Aitong and Edo enjoy a mudwallow together
photo taken on 12/22/2004


Emily and Aitong
photo taken on 11/13/2004


 Aitong with Imenti and Eimly Aitong, Malaika, Edo and Ajok Aitong at mudbath Aitong, Imenti and Emily, left to right
Aitong with Imenti and Eimly
photo taken on 12/5/1997


Aitong, Malaika, Edo and Ajok
photo taken on 11/1/1996


Aitong at mudbath
photo taken on 6/30/1996


Aitong, Imenti and Emily, left to right
photo taken on 6/4/1995


 
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