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Amboseli Mobile Veterinary Unit Report for September 2022

The Amboseli Mobile Veterinary Unit attended to 8 cases in September, 1 of these cases involved an abandoned elephant calf that was successfully rescued. 3 cases, all involving giraffes, were related to poaching. Additionally, the Amboseli Mobile Veterinary Unit carried out disease surveillance and supported sample collection and collaring for ongoing research on baboons in the Amboseli ecosystem.

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Mara Mobile Veterinary Report for September 2022

September was initially dry and cold, but towards the end of the month we experienced some sunshine, wind and rain. We are optimistic that these favourable weather condition will alleviate resource scarcity so that people and wild animals can coexist peacefully.

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Meru Mobile Veterinary Report for September 2022

The lush green vegetation that characterizes the Meru ecosystem has been stifled by the prevailing drought. Formerly plentiful grasslands have become barren fields with gaunt termite cathedrals leaving riverine vegetation as the only sustenance for wildlife.

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Rift Valley Mobile Veterinary Report for September 2022

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Tsavo Mobile Veterinary Report for September 2022

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Mount Kenya Mobile Veterinary Unit Report for September 2022

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Amboseli Mobile Veterinary Unit Report for August 2022

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Mara Mobile Veterinary Report for August 2022

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Meru Mobile Veterinary Report for August 2022

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Mount Kenya Mobile Veterinary Unit Report for August 2022

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Rift Valley Mobile Veterinary Report for August 2022

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Tsavo Mobile Veterinary Report for August 2022

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Mara Mobile Veterinary Report for July 2022

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Meru Mobile Veterinary Report for July 2022

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Rift Valley Mobile Veterinary Report for July 2022

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