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  1. A Month with the Aerial Surveillance Unit - 1/16/2014

    The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust dedicates huge efforts to patrolling the skies over the Tsavo Conservation Area and the Lamu District hand-in-hand with the Kenya Wildlife Service. (read more)

    the new supercub elephant carcasses discovered rhinos spotted WRB in flight
  1. Sagalla’s tragic story - 1/12/2014

    On the 1st of January 2014 KWS reported to our Voi Elephant Keepers a case on Sagala Ranch, adjacent to Tsavo East National Park, that required a rescue team. (read more)

    Everyone is shocked at the state of the wound Sagalla's leg was almost amputated Sagalla's wound was cleaned and dressed Sagalla up and eating greens
  1. All in a Day’s Work at the DSWT - 1/8/2014

    The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust begins yet another year of rescuing, raising and rehabilitating orphaned baby elephants whilst being dedicated to its many other wildlife, community and habitat initiatives. (read more)

    One of the rescue teams ready for action Everyone helps Losesia take her first milk bottle The spear in the young lions foot Ziwa wont leave his ailing mothers side
  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
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