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Aiding Kenya’s rhino protectors

Boots on the ground are critical for the protection of wildlife and the SWT is delighted to be able to assist the frontline KWS Rangers protecting black and white rhinos in the Meru Rhino Sanctuary....

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Second Anti-Poaching team for the Mau Forest

The importance of the Mau Forest cannot be understated which is why the SWT has funded a second anti-poaching team to help keep the Mau safe. Located in the heart of Kenya’s Rift Valley, this special ecosystem forms the largest canopy forest ecosystem in the country and is the single most important water catchment in western Kenya. The Mau Forest is home to 650 elephants and countless other species, but its presence fuels life all over Kenya. ...

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Life Saving Help

On 15th January 2020, the SWT/KWS Canine Unit spotted an injured elephant in the Tsavo Triangle of Tsavo East National Park. They first noticed the very large bull standing despondent in the shade of a tall tree but upon closer inspection, their fears were confirmed when they noticed what appeared to be a large infected abscess on the bull’s abdomen. He had been shot by a poacher's poisoned arrow....

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Apollo's love of Life and Water

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Greater Protection for the Mau Forest

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Wild living orphan Sidai introduces us to her new baby

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The Plains of Voi

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Wild Ithumba

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Elephants march into London

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The rescue of Roho

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The Green Utopia of Kibwezi Forest

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Meeting Three New Wild Born Babies

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One day, two giraffes saved

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The rescue of Pika Pika

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When the Storms Come

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