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Aerial Surveillance Report for June 2019

June was a quiet month in terms of almost all illegal activities. In fact, only one instance of fresh poaching activity was discovered, which was a fresh elephant carcass on the Tiva River with ivory pulled out. ...

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Big bull elephant treated for spear wounds

On 30th June we responded to reports of a bull elephant, sighted on Mbirikani group ranch, with three spear wounds around the base of his trunk, and two more around his hind area. ...

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Next step for Ambo and Jotto

June has been an extremely hectic month with three elephant relocations to our Reintegration Units, which has seen us move a total of eight older Nursery orphans to Tsavo during this cooler month. These orphans now have the opportunity of exposure to the wild elephant herds, honing their social and emotional skills and equipping them with all they will need to know before successfully assimilating into the wild population in time....

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Canine Unit: The arrival of Zora and Aya

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Aerial: Aerial Surveillance Report for May 2019

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Updates: Emoli, Sagala and Tagwa move to Voi

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Amboseli Mobile Veterinary Unit: Amboseli Mobile Veterinary Unit for May 2019

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Burra Team : Burra De-Snaring Team Update for May 2019

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Ithumba Team : Ithumba De-Snaring Team Update for May 2019

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Kenze Team: Kenze De-Snaring Team Update for May 2019

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Mara Mobile Veterinary Unit: Masai Mara Mobile Veterinary Unit for May 2019

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Meru Team: Meru De-Snaring Team Update for May 2019

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Mobile North Team: Mobile North De-Snaring Team Update for May 2019

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Mount Kenya Mobile Veterinary Unit: Mt Kenya Mobile Veterinary Unit for May 2019

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Sobo Team: Sobo De-Snaring Team Update for May 2019

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