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The Rescue of Kilulu

During the peak of the drought, a possible orphan was reported on Lualenyi Ranch. He had been seen on his own for several days and was located in a parched area, with no trace of his mother or any wild elephants. The calf had clearly been alone and without food for some time: He was thin, weak, dehydrated, and looked like he had given up.

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Barsilinga’s Call for Help

“Yesterday evening, Barsilinga arrived at the Ithumba stockades. I had not seen him for more than one month. I realised that he had a small wound, probably from an arrow or a spear.”

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Help for a Bull Injured in a Mating Quest

It’s a good time to be an elephant in Kenya. Remarkably generous rains have transformed parched landscapes across the country, bringing much-needed relief to earth’s biggest animal.

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The Rescue of Epiya

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How a Drop-Sized Sighting Saved a Poisoned Arrow Victim

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A Surprise Reunion with Kilaguni

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Reuniting a One-Week-Old Buffalo Calf With His Mother

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The Rescue of Hildana

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Equipping a Community Hospital

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Happy Holidays, From Our Herd to Yours

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Ahmed, Tingai, and Taabu Graduate to Ithumba

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Rafiki, Kitiak, and Elerai Graduate to Ithumba

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Our Year-End Letter

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Chyulu's Surprise Baby, Charli

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Celebrate the Holidays with our Orphan Herd

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