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It’s a Zonkey!

Working with wildlife, one learns to expect the unexpected. Even the most seemingly straightforward story can eventually reveal its true stripes and end up surprising us all....

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New births in the Meru Rhino Sanctuary

Once upon a time, rhinos reigned across the African continent. In the 1960s, when David Sheldrick was at the height of his tenure as the founding warden of Tsavo National Park, more than 20,000 black rhinos roamed wild in Kenya. Just two decades later, much of that population was decimated by poachers, and by the end of the 1980s, there were less than 300 remaining in the country. White rhinos, a species introduced to Kenya, have experienced a less drastic decline in numbers, but nevertheless have still suffered at the hand of poachers. The northern white rhino, again not endemic to Kenya and a subspecies of the white rhino, became effectively extinct in the wild after the last surviving male passed away in 2018....

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The stripiest member of our herd

Little Diria - named after the ranch where he was rescued - arrived into our care at the end of February, extremely fluffy and sporting brown and white stripes!...

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The Watha

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SWT Newsletter 2019

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Kiko moves to his new home in Sirikoi

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Amboseli Mobile Veterinary Unit Report for February 2020

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Mara Mobile Veterinary Unit Report for February 2020

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Mt Kenya Mobile Veterinary Unit Report for February 2020

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SWT/KWS Mtito De-Snaring Team Report for February 2020

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SWT/KWS Burra De-Snaring Report for February 2020

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SWT/KWS Chyulu De-Snaring Report for February 2020

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SWT/KWS Chyulu Mobile De-Snaring Report for February 2020

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SWT/KWS Ithumba De-Snaring Team Report for February2020

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SWT/KWS Kenze De-Snaring Team Report for February 2020

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