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  1. The Deadly Spread of Acokanthera Poison by Felix Micheni - 3/12/2013

    A report was received last month by the Mara Mobile Veterinary Unit from the management of Naboisho Conservancy, which borders the world famous Masai Mara National Reserve of a young bull elephant seen limping slightly on the front left leg. (read more)

    the bull when first sighted the wound The bull's wound continues to worsen The elephant walks away again after treatment
  1. THREE ARROWS FOR HIS IVORY; MSHALE WON'T GIVE UP AND NEITHER WILL WE - 3/8/2013

    In July 2012 a huge wild bull elephant aged at approximately 40 years old, now known to everyone as Mshale (the Swahili word for arrow), was treated at the Ithumba Orphans Rehabilitation facility in Northern Tsavo East National Park, having been targeted by ivory poachers. (read more)

    Mshale after his first poison arrow treatment Dr Poghon treating Mshale in 2013 Mshale and his askaris Mshale's two arrowheads
  1. The Rescue of Quanza - 2/28/2013

    In the area known as Lemomo near the international border between Tanzania and Kenya, three of Amboselis famous female elephants from the Q Family, including Qumquat, her daughter Quantina 13 years old, and another daughter Quaye at just 10 years old, were gunned down by Tanzanian gun-toting poachers on the 28th October 2012. (read more)

    Quanza and her mother Quanza in Nairobi Park Quanza in the Park Qumquat and her calf Qwanza.
  1. A Grateful Grevy's Zebra - 2/21/2013

    The Meru Mobile Veterinary Unit has covered several thousand kilometres since it's launch a couple of weeks ago as the team have been travelling through the northern and coastal territories, covering Meru National Park, Kora, Bisanadi and Mwingi National Reserves, Mount Kenya National Park as well as Shaba and Samburu and the private and community conservancies within the greater Laikipia ecosystem. (read more)

    Grevys in Laikipia Finding the Grevy patient Darting the Grevy treating the zebra
  1. Introducing Alfie; Our Newest Orphan - 2/15/2013

    Introducing Alfie, the DSWTs newest and smallest arrival. On Valentines Day we received a call from a school in Nairobi reporting that they had discovered a tiny newborn hyrax within the schools grounds. (read more)

    Alfie plays in the garden Angela holds Alfie Alfie loves to snuggle and keep warm Alfie waiting for his feed

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