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Saving a Snared Calf, Keeping a Wild Family Together

A single snare can destroy so much. Simple yet lethal, these wire loops are capable of killing an elephant and tearing apart a herd. This weekend, we were able to spare a calf from that fate, and keep a growing family together.

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The rescue of Oldepe

As the dry season of 2021 reached its peak, we were called to rescue orphans on a near-daily basis. Oftentimes, these babies were simply found on their own, withering away without love, milk, and protection. Such was the case with Oldepe, who we rescued from the swamps of Amboseli National Park on 10th November.

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Lemeki and Thamana Graduate to Voi

Every graduation is a momentous occasion — but this particular move was a milestone for two very special orphans, and for all of us at the Trust. On the morning of 10th January 2022, we celebrated our Kaluku Neonate Nursery’s very first graduating class. Lemeki and Thamana said farewell to the place they have called home for nearly four years and moved to our Voi Reintegration Unit.

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Lualeni's Latest Addition, Baby Lexi

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Larro, Mukkoka, and Naboishu Graduate

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Planting Seeds for the Future

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Motherhood: The Next Step in Kilabasi’s Journey

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Our 45th Year Begins With 45th Wild-Born Baby

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Ithumba's Baby Bounty

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The rescue of Mukutan

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A Complex Operation to Relocate a Lion

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Aerial Surveillance Report for November 2021

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Celebrating 75 Years of Nairobi National Park

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SWT/KWS Burra De-Snaring Report for November 2021

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SWT/KWS Chyulu De-Snaring Report for November 2021

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