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  1. The death of Kwale - 10/29/2013

    Kwale was extracted from a deep well near Kwale at the Coast as a l0 month old calf, estimated to have been born in September 2011. (read more)

  1. The Tsavo Mobile Veterinary Unit's September Report - 10/22/2013

    Compared with the last two months the Tsavo Mobile Veterinary Unit, headed by Kenya Wildlife Service Field Veterinary Officer Dr Poghon, has experienced a thankful decrease in wildlife cases reported within the greater Tsavo Conservation Area. (read more)

    A calf rescued from Buchuma A sickly elephant in Amboseli Elephant with a bullet wound Elephant calf rescues at Voi
  1. The sad death of Shimba - 10/20/2013

    Shimba was born in August 2006 in the Shimba Hills to a mother who had lost half of her trunk to a poacher’s snare. (read more)

    Sweet Shimba Shimba mudbathing Shimba having a dustbath Shimba following Sian
  1. Counting from the Sky; A Collaborative Kenya-Tanzania Aerial Wildlife Census - 10/18/2013

    During an intensive five day aerial census, the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust’s Chief Pilot, Nick Trent, joined forces with four other aircrafts and pilots from the Kenya Wildlife Service, Tanzanian Wildlife Parks, Maluganje Elephant Sanctuary and the Tsavo Trust to survey the greater Amboseli-West Kilimanjaro and Natron-Magadi ecosystems. (read more)

    A large lone elephant Bull The DSWT Tob Cub Elephants recorded from the air during the census Flying over Lake Magadi
  1. More orphaned elephants means more milk - 10/18/2013

    At the heart of the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust is the rearing and rehabilitation of the orphaned elephants and rhinos that come into the DSWT’s care. (read more)

    Mixing milk Running for milk Orphan drinking milk Rhino orphan getting milk
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