NEW - The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust Wilderness Journal

Celebrated for their pioneering work reintegrating orphaned elephants and rhinos back into the wild, the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust is successfully expanding its efforts into habitat preservation; protecting vast expanses of wilderness, running extensive anti-poaching and de-snaring activities, mobile-veterinary units as well as aerial surveillance patrols and community development initiatives

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Celebrated for their pioneering work reintegrating orphaned elephants and rhinos back into the wild, the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust is successfully expanding its efforts into habitat preservation; protecting vast expanses of wilderness, running extensive anti-poaching and de-snaring activities, mobile-veterinary units as well as aerial surveillance patrols and community development initiatives.

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With this growth, the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust is experiencing some of the most amazing wildlife and tribal cultures within Kenya, throughout some of the most uniquely beautiful and environmentally-diverse landscapes in East Africa. This Wilderness Journal reveals these stories and experiences, covering a wealth of exciting, curious, strange, beautiful and traditional knowledge, which is just waiting to be captured, documented and shared. Finally, we invite you to share with us and the world the experiences that have inspired you. So from time to time we will offer you opportunities to submit your own articles, so that through our collective passion, we may engender a similar sentiment in others.

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The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust Wilderness Journal
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