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  1. Making Headway in the Kibwezi Forest - 11/26/2012

    The Kibwezi Forest project, the newest of the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust's essential Saving Habitats initiatives has been making huge headway having undertaken many vital measures to ensure the continued protection of the Forest and its pure water springs, whilst regenerating the damaged areas affected by unsustainable use of the natural resources over past years. (read more)

    Umani Springs The road literally a work of art with a rich and diverse landscape on either side.jpg Sykes monkey
  1. A 'Dam' good story - 11/26/2012

    During October and early November the whole of Tsavo East National Park was lying thirsty, parched under the heat of the unforgiving African sun, desperately awaiting unpredictable rains. (read more)

    Mudanda rock dam empty and silted up Drying waterholes.jpg Scooping out Irima Dam The breaking rains.jpg
  1. The tragic and unexpected death of Patrick Waema Mutuku - 11/23/2012

    It is with great sadness that we must report the loss of one of the Trusts unsung heroes. Patrick Mutuku selflessly dedicated his life to protecting Kenyas wildlife after graduating from Egerton University with a Bachelor of Science in Natural Resource Management. (read more)

    Patrick removes tusks from a poached elephant discovered by the antipoaching teams Patrick Mutuku - a valued member of DSWT Antipoaching work for over a decade. Patrick with a snared buffalo 2004
  1. Project Amu; True Wilderness Lives On - 11/21/2012

    Amu Ranch is one of those rare pieces of paradise which has endured on-going bouts of destruction, surviving against the odds to show the world what true wilderness really means. (read more)

    Reticulated Giraffe Coastal Topi herds southern-banded snake eagle The lush grasslands of Amu Ranch after the rains
  1. The Emperors of the Elephant World - By Dr. Dame Daphne Sheldrick - 11/12/2012

    Elephant Bulls who carry enormous Ivory Tusks that touch the ground are the true majestic monuments of the wilderness. (read more)

    Archival - My daughter Jill 50 years ago with the ivory  some of Tsavo's fallen giants.

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