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The rescue of Pika Pika

During aerial patrols of the Tsavo ecosystem, it’s not unusual to see small groups of elephants traversing the open plains, however, while on a routine flight over Taita Ranch on the morning of 5th September, Wildlife Works pilot Keith Hellyer spotted something that made him pause: a young, milk-dependent calf walking in the company of five adult bulls. ...

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When the Storms Come

There is an indescribable feeling of joy when the first rains break. It’s almost an instant transformation; what had been an arid palette, all peaches and greys, suddenly bursts into a verdant paradise, pulsating with life. The parched earth becomes saturated and the air becomes perfumed with that earthy smell of rain. Dormant seeds burst into life, colourful creepers blanket the trees, and bullfrogs bob in the overfilling waterholes....

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Planting for the future

Forests feed all forms of life — and the loss of trees has a devastating effect on habitats, wildlife, communities, and the global climate. Trees are what make our planet a home, but human activities are destroying them on a massive scale. Every year, deforestation wipes out an area of forest about the size of the United Kingdom. ...

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Apollo the black rhino - one month on

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Kiko prepares to move to his new home

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The rescue of Apollo

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Ziwadi's progress in our care

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Solio's baby boy

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Poachers' Hideout Busted

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Tagwa travels back to the Nursery

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Lili is born

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Outcomes for elephants following CITES

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The sad death of Dupotto

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Introducing the Ele-tee

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Relief for elephant bull in the Masai Mara

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