Filter by

The rescue of Olorien

In early June, Masai herdsmen reported a lone calf that was trying to follow their grazing cattle. Rangers from Elephant Aware also spotted the young elephant in the Siana area of the Masai Mara, and reported her presence to the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS). The decision was made to wait and see if she would be absorbed back into a herd. However, several days passed and while a number of herds came and went, she was left behind despite her plaintive cries....

Read more
Ndugu

In the process of helping the orphans transition from our care, we become acquainted with many of the wild elephants around our Reintegration Units. Some we know only from a distance, fleeting visitors who remain on the fringes. Others seem more in tune with our ways and visit us year after year. These are elephants who we don’t just recognise from a distance, but who we consider friends. Ndugu was one such elephant. ...

Read more
Support for Communities

We are only halfway through 2020, but already it is a year that has defied all expectations. Kenya has been fortunate thus far, with a relatively low number of Covid-19 infections and fatalities. The government took a very proactive approach to containing the outbreak, halting international air travel into the country back in March. However, Kenya relies heavily on international tourism to support its conservation efforts, provide jobs, and bolster businesses. As this income stream has all but disappeared, many people across the country are struggling to make ends meet....

Read more

Luggard and Enkesha move to Umani Springs

Read more

Sattao, Musiara and Dololo move to Ithumba

Read more

Tagwa and Tamiyoi move to Voi

Read more

Sustainable Safari Adventures

Read more

The Miracle of Life

Read more

Earth Day 2020

Read more

The rescue of Naboishu

Read more

Saving an old friend

Read more

Drawing inspiration from Dame Daphne

Read more

It’s a Zonkey!

Read more

New births in the Meru Rhino Sanctuary

Read more

The stripiest member of our herd

Read more