The Ol Pejeta Conservancy, situated near the town of Nanyuki at the foothills of Mount Kenya is 90,000 acres in extent, was purchased in 2004 by Fauna and Flora International, a UK based conservation organization. The managment contract was given to the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy run by Ian Craig. Batian Craig, the son of Ian, is the overall supervisor of the management of the Ol Pejeta Conservancy, within which is The Sweetwaters chimpanzee sanctuary. Ol Pejeta is also the birth place of another of our orphans now living wild called "Sweet Sally".
15 years old
1 February 2006
Laikipia, Ol Pejeta Conservancy
Date of Birth (approximate)
19 June 2004
Age at Rescue
1 year old (approx)
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Naserian, Sidai and Chyulu
Sidai, baby Kama and Kinna
Tusuja, Nusu and nanny Sidai
Kama running from Sidai, Yoyo and Yatta
Kama, Wiva, Gawa and Nanny Sidai
Sidai joins the orphans
Wiva, Roi and Sidai relaxing