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  1. Treating Injured Elephants by Any Means Possible - 1/7/2014

    During routine aerial operations over the greater Tsavo Conservation Area at the end of last year, the DSWT’s pilot, Nick Trent, and the DSWT’s Tsavo Mobile Veterinary Unit headed by KWS Field Veterinarian Dr Poghon, went to great lengths to save the life of an injured baby elephant. (read more)

    the dangerous river crossing landing to discuss a plan investigating the calf's terrible wound Taking care of the mother whilst the calf is treated
  1. A happy New Year 2014 - 1/4/2014

    This year, having arrived at Ithumba on New Year’s Eve, we were not disappointed by the spectacle that unfolded. (read more)

    Ithumbas oldest bull Napasha Benjamin with Makena Robert with Napasha Benjamin surrounded by the independent ex orphans at Ithumba
  1. The rescue of Oltaiyoni - 1/2/2014

    On the 22nd of October, Angela was called by a staff member from Ziwani Voyager Lodge located in Tsavo West National Park with news of a young lone orphaned elephant that had been seen hanging around close to the lodge for a number of days. (read more)

    Preparing the calf for the flignt She is named Oltaiyoni Edwin gets acquainted with the calf Oltayoni running
  1. The Nairobi Elephant Orphans’ Special Visitors - 12/20/2013

    2013 has seen thousands of people visiting the DSWT’s elephant nursery in Nairobi’s National Park to meet our elephant orphans as their human Keepers and family support them in their early years of life, preparing them for their next journey of rehabilitation in Tsavo East National Park. (read more)

  1. Celebrating the Legacy of Madiba - 12/8/2013

    What Nelson Mandela, a Giant amongst African Leaders, gave the world, was an example of tolerance and forgiveness, so when the Trust received a newborn elephant orphaned in Botswana, who had spent time in South Africa before coming to us, we named him “Madiba” in honour of Nelson Mandela. (read more)

    Madiba with ex orphans and wild friends visiting the Ithumba Stockades July 2013 Madiba Ithumba 2009 Madiba Ithumba 2007
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