Natumi's Story

A female calf estimated to have been born in February 1999 and to have been 6 weeks old on arrival. Natumi’s herd went to drink at a dam near a placed called Natumi on the President's Farm, where over zealous Presidential Bodyguards opened fire at random into the herd, killing 3, including Natumi's mother, and wounding many others. Natumi was spared, stuffed into a Chicken House, but fortunately word got out, and a neighbouring European farmer rescued her and alerted us in Nairobi.

Natumi's Story

Adopt Natumi for yourself or as a gift.

Important Note: Thank you for considering an adoption. Each orphan needs more than one foster parent: your adoption donation will be processed by the SWT UK and Kenya to help all the orphans in our care.

Adopt Natumi for yourself or as a gift.

Important Note: Thank you for considering an adoption. Each orphan needs more than one foster parent: your adoption donation will be processed by the SWT UK and Kenya to help all the orphans in our care.

Current Age

23 years old

Gender

Female

Rescued date

2 April 1999

Rescue Location

Laikipia, Ol Pejeta Conservancy

Date of Birth (approximate)

1 February 1999

Reason Orphaned

Problem animal control

Age at Rescue

1 month old (approx)

Current Location

Living Wild

Natumi's featured photos

Our digital adoption programme includes the following:

Personalised adoption certificate.

Monthly email update on your orphan and the project.

Monthly watercolour by Angela Sheldrick.

Access to special content; latest Keepers' Diaries, videos and photos

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Latest updates featuring Natumi

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Natumi returns and the return of other Orphans in need of Help

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Natumi's latest photos

A wild boy who came with Natumi's group

Natumi's group comes to greet the youngsters

Natumi's group drinking water at the stockade

Natumi

Emily & Natumi

Natumi

Natumi splashing in the water

Natumi and Emily's groups together