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The Plains of Voi

Voi is a spectacularly open part of Tsavo, vast plains scattered with Melia Volkensaii trees stretch as far as the eye can see. Up until last month, these plains were a telltale shade of beige: The rains of April and May were rather lackluster, leaving huge swathes of the park dry for much of the year. This had begun to create challenging conditions for wildlife, and many elephants left the boundaries of Tsavo for the large ranches abutting the park in search of adequate food and browse. So, when the rains broke early this year, in October, everyone breathed a collective sigh of relief. ...

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Wild Ithumba

In Tsavo, weaver birds are always our most reliable signifiers that the seasons are shifting. When they begin nesting, yellow wings flapping and beaks full of small branches, we know that rain is about two weeks off. The weaver birds built their nests in Ithumba early this year, and lo and behold, the rains followed shortly thereafter. ...

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Life-size bronze elephants arrive in London

Today was a big day for elephants, as we joined internationally acclaimed artists Gillie and Marc for the opening of their latest sculpture, 'The Orphans', a monumental installation dedicated to the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust and our life-saving Orphans' Project. ...

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The rescue of Roho

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The Green Utopia of Kibwezi Forest

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Edie, Mweya and Wendi introduce us to their newborn babies

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Aerial Surveillance Report for October 2019

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One day, two giraffes saved

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Amboseli Mobile Veterinary Unit for October 2019

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Mara Mobile Veterinary Unit for October 2019

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Meru Mobile Veterinary Unit for October 2019

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Mt Kenya Mobile Veterinary Unit for October 2019

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Tsavo Mobile Veterinary Unit for October 2019

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SWT/KWS Mobile North De-Snaring Team Report for October 2019

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SWT/KWS Mtito De-Snaring Team Report for October 2019

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