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  1. Recent sightings of Emily's group - 10/4/2009

    With the drought ravaging parts of Tsavo and much of Northern Kenya we of course have become increasingly concerned about the fate of our wild orphaned elephants. (read more)

    Loisaba browsing Sweet Sally Edie with a wild bull Wild bull and Laikipia
  1. Kenya seizes massive ivory haul - 10/1/2009

  1. The Environment and Wildlife in Serious Jeopardy - 10/1/2009

    The environment of Kenya and its irreplaceable wildlife heritage is under extremely grave threat. (read more)

    A parched landscape - Aruba Tsavo East 2009, one of the worst droughts in living memory A victim of the drought The Ndara plains, once grass now parched red earth.jpg
  1. The deaths of Wamba and Kigelia - 9/30/2009

    WAMBA:  This miniature calf who was small for his age, was rescued by tribesmen near Wamba Northern Kenya on the 6th September 2009. (read more)

    Wamba with the men responsible for saving him Wamba and the men who rescued him Taru, Angela Sheldrick's son, comforts Wamba Kigelia sleeps in her stable once at the Nairobi Nursery
  1. The wild big boys of Ithumba - 9/19/2009

    They were the very first of Tsavo’s Elephants to venture back into the remote Northern Area of the Park – the Scouts of Elephant Society, who were curious about our Orphaned Elephants who suddenly appeared, as though by magic, at the the Trust”s second Rehabilitation Centre at Ithumba established seven years ago. (read more)

    Some of Ithumba's wild big boys who visit the orphans Bulls in the foreground with the orphans in the background, all drinking from the same trough Wendi showing off with the wild elephants behind.
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