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  1. Elephant calf successfully treated and reunited with mum - 3/27/2018

    Snares are cruel, indiscriminate and illegal. More often set to trap animals for bushmeat, any passing creature is at risk, and so it was that yesterday morning on the 26th March 2018 our DSWT/KWS Mount Kenya Veterinary Unit attended to a young elephant calf on Elkerama Ranch in Central Kenya that had stepped into a snare. (read more)

    Calf with a snare standing next to her mother Cleaning and attending to the snare wound Calf next to the mother recovering from the anaesthesia Mother and calf reunited
  1. Aerial Survelliance Report for February 2018 - 3/23/2018

    February was a busy month, especially for the helicopter. Farmers were preparing to harvest their crops, so the helicopter was involved in several cases of pushing crop-raiding elephants back into protected areas. (read more)

  1. Following the DSWT/KWS Canine Unit - 3/21/2018

    Four year old Max bounds through the dense commiphora bush, typical to Tsavo along with Tsavo’s rust red soil. (read more)

    The DSWT/KWS Canine Unit Training with Naiko Training with Tanja Handlers with Naiko and Molly, and Tanja and Max at the front
  1. Hauled to safety, this calf is back where he belongs - 3/19/2018

    In the fading light of the 13th February 2018, a rescue unfolded on the Amboseli plains after a Security Team patrolling Amboseli National Park came across a baby elephant which had plunged into a water hole. (read more)

    Extracting the calf Pulling the calf to safety Calf safely outside the water hole Calf reunited with the mother
  1. Community Outreach Report February 2018 - 2/28/2018

    One main goal of The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust is community engagement on conservation matters. (read more)

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