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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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The arrival of Zora and Aya

Two new Belgian Malinois dogs have been welcomed into the SWT fold, both handpicked out of many hundreds, and imported to Kenya from the Netherlands. We are looking to boost our Canine Unit to help complement further the SWT/ KWS field teams in their pursuit to keep Tsavo safe. ...

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Aerial Surveillance Report for May 2019

Throughout May, the Aerial Unit was occupied primarily with cases of human-wildlife conflict (HWC) in the communities surrounding the Tsavo Conservation Area. The helicopter attended to a total of 11 separate HWC callouts; some of these instances involved our fixed wing aircraft scouting ahead to first locate the herds of elephant. Moving elephants back into protected areas is challenging work!...

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

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Tsavo Mobile Veterinary Unit: Tsavo Mobile Veterinary Unit for May 2019

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

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