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  1. The Rescue of Layoni - 11/3/2011

    This young abandoned calf was first reported to the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust on Wednesday the 2nd of November. (read more)

    The calf is seen alone and has an injury from hyenas The Vet treats the injury before the orphan is flown to Nairobi The Keepers load the orphan in the rescue vehicle Layoni with Julius
  1. The rescue of Ishaq-B - 11/1/2011

    The rescue of this yearling calf from the Ijara District of the Tana River proved to be one of the most challenging our team has ever undertaken. (read more)

    Hours were spent trying to extract themselves from the mud Departing for the rescue
  1. Milk Delivery! - 10/27/2011

    On the morning of 27th October we received another donated shipment of SMA milk formula delivered to the Nairobi orphanage. (read more)

    Each bag of milk was over 800kg so the forklift was essential in the offloading process The milk is carefully packed in the elephant milk store With each elephant at the nursery being fed 3 hourly 24 hours a day we need dramatic milk stocks The babies enjoying their bottles
  1. The Rescue of Emsaya - 10/8/2011

    On the 8th of Oct 2011, a young orphaned elephant  calf was reported alone on Galana Ranch,  just outside of Tsavo East National Park’s eastern boundary. (read more)

    The Keepers off load the orphan at the stocakdes Emsaya The Voi orphans greeting the new arrival Emsaya being comforted by the Voi orphans
  1. The Rescue of Kivuko - 10/7/2011

    On the 5th of October, the Voi keepers received a call from Wildlife Works who have a significant presence on the adjacent Ranch Lands abutting both Tsavo East and West National Parks. (read more)

    The calf is loaded in the vehicle and driven to Voi Stockades Off loading the orphan at Voi Stocakdes Kivuko having milk Kivuko feeding
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