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  1. The Death of Olkeju - 7/23/2009

    Over the years we have certainly suffered our fair share of orphaned elephant deaths, each one the loss of a loved one, a treasured memory, and the sadness of having lost an animal that duplicates ourselves in terms of emotion and age, who has also endured the heartbreaking trauma of losing an elephant mother and beloved family. (read more)

    Olkeju & a Keeper Olkeju Olkeju Olkeju with Nchan
  1. The rescue of Tumaren - 7/22/2009

    5pm on the 20th of July brought a call for Kerry Glen of Tumaren Ranch in Laikipia that a baby elephant had been seen by a dying mother, with no other elephants around. (read more)

    transfering the orphan from the vehicle to the rescue plane The calf is loaded into the rescue plane Tumaren sniffing Tumaren in the bush with the herd
  1. The Rescue of Chaimu - 7/15/2009

    Another arrival on the 4th of June, this time rescued near Kampi ya Kanzi on the slopes of the Chyulu Hills, bringing the total now in the Nairobi Nursery to 19! The Manager of Campi ya Kanzi Lodge had been searching for this calf for a couple of days, having heard reports about an abandoned calf. (read more)

    Those responsible for the rescue of Chaimu Chaimu the Keepers rescuing the calf being prepared for the flight
  1. The rescue of Naimina - 7/14/2009

    Friday 12th June was a day that brought yet another needy orphaned elephant baby into our Nairobi Nursery, this time a female calf aged approximately 1 ½ years, and therefore still milk dependent, who was spotted alone by the Amboseli Baboon Research Team at around 1. (read more)

    Jiba-Galgalo on the way to Amboseli to rescue the calf The orphaned calf at the airstrip before takeoff Watched over by a keeper on the flight back to Nairobi Naimina settled into Nursery life
  1. The rescue of Kalama - 7/9/2009

    At 6 a.m. (read more)

    The calf is lifted onto the plane Lifting Kalama The little orphans in the vehicle that brought the calf to Kalama airstrip Transported from the airstrip to the nursery
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