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An eclectic group of orphans

While nature pays no heed to human constructs of time, it certainly adheres to the seasons. And so, while we enjoyed unusually bountiful rains in Tsavo for the greater part of this year, we knew there was a dry season waiting for us on the other side. ...

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Lenana's baby Lapa

Lenana’s story with us began 14 years ago, when we were called to rescue a young calf from the foothills of Mount Kenya. Her mother had been unwell for weeks, and tragically succumbed to her illness. Although Lenana was just a baby, she bravely stood by her side until the very end....

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Seven mischievous bulls

Human-wildlife conflict is one of the greatest threats facing elephants, as mankind continues to commandeer swathes of their habitat for farming and construction. Relocation is often the best way to mitigate these potentially lethal scenarios, moving marauding elephants into a protected wilderness....

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The sad death of Nelion

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Treatment for an old boy

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Fighting more fires in Tsavo West

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Help for a distinctive one-tusker

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Fighting fires in the Tsavo Conservation Area

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Kaluku: Our Field Headquarters

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Reforestation Initiative in Lamu County

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The rescue of Olorien

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Ndugu

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Support for Communities

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Luggard and Enkesha move to Umani Springs

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Sattao, Musiara and Dololo move to Ithumba

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