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Launch of Rift Valley Mobile Veterinary Unit

Since launching our first Mobile Veterinary Unit 18 years ago, in partnership with the Kenya Wildlife Service, we have attended to over 7,500 veterinary cases, saving thousands of wild lives in the process. Now we have launched a sixth team, based out of Naivasha, enabling us to help even more animals in need.

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Maisha and Nabulu move to Ithumba

Graduations are always poignant experiences, but especially for our mini matriarchs, like Maisha, and her friend Nabulu. These remarkable elephants, who have put so much into nurturing younger orphans, are still very much babies themselves.

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Kiasa, Kiombo and Maktao move to Umani

Over the past month, we have been busily planning our next round of Nursery graduations, with the locations for graduates determined by numerous factors. Following recent events, it was decided to move Kiasa, Kiombo and Maktao to our Umani Springs Reintegration Unit.

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Aerial Surveillance Report for April 2021

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How Our Neonate Nursery Came to Be

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Farewell Luggard, our Lionheart

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An Unexpected Surprise

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The rescue of Lemeki

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Saving one of Tsavo's big boys

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Millions of Mangroves

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Discover Kenya's Cloud Forest

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Help for an Elephant Mum

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Aerial Surveillance Report for March 2021

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Amu's Green Line

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Elephant freed from cable snare

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