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  1. The Orphans Project in action- Kilaguni's journey - 6/5/2012

    He is one of the Stars of the IMAX film Born To Be Wild, a remarkable little Elephant (the equivalent in age of a human baby of that age) who came to the Nursery on 22nd May 2009 when just 5 or 6 months old, minus his tail and with hindquarters and legs chewed by the hyenas who came to feast on the body of his poached mother near the Chuyulu Entrance to Tsavo West National Park, not far from Kilaguni Lodge. (read more)

    Kilaguni in his first weeks at the Nursery- May 2009 Kilaguni hugging Kalama 2009 Kilaguni hugging Shukuru 2010 Kilaguni and Kandecha playing- Ithumba Unit May 2012
  1. An elephant's life has ended - 5/31/2012

    These graphic images tell their own tragic story of the reality that befalls Elephants on a regular basis in many African countries due to poaching. (read more)

    An elephant mourning for a dead bull The DSWT Mobile Vet Unit arrives at the scene The poison arrow wound which killed the elephant KWS have to remove the tusks to prevent poachers from taking them
  1. Shira returns to Voi - 5/21/2012

    On the 13th May 2012 the Voi Unit Keeper Dependent Orphans, led by Lesanju, were at a waterhole enjoying a drink and a mudbath when a wild herd happened to pass by. (read more)

    Shira at the Nursery in 2009 Shira and Taveta at the Nursery in 2009 Shira in 2009 Shira at the Nairobi Nursery in 2009
  1. Ndara's treatment & recovery - 5/13/2012

    Joseph Sauni, the Head Keeper at the Voi Elephant Rehabilitation Centre in Southern Tsavo East National Park, was on a routine motorized patrol on the 13th April, 2012, when he happened upon the Ex Orphans of Emilys now wild unit, who were actually already on their way back to the Voi Stockades. (read more)

    The Veterinary equipment Ndara The Vets getting ready to treat Ndara The Vet getting ready to dart Ndara
  1. A photographic Exhibition with proceeds to benefit the conservation work of the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust - 5/12/2012

    The G2 Gallery presents Wild on Earth featuring Piper Mackay. A stunning set of emotional images captures a range of African wildlife including elephants, zebras, and cheetahs by Piper Mackay. (read more)

    Photograph by Piper Mackay Photograph by Piper Mackay

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