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  1. The Rescue of Kihari - 9/14/2011

    The Hombe Forest covers the lower slopes of Mt. Kenya and very fortunately the community that occupies this part of the country is ele-friendly, mainly due to Edwin Kinyanjui of the Mt. (read more)

    Some of the KWS rangers involved with saving Kihari Throughout the flight she is looked after Weakened by her ordeal the Keepers try to get her to feed Kihari is given comfort by Sities
  1. Watch BBC One Natures Miracle Babies on iPlayer - 9/12/2011

    Watch BBC One Nature’s Miracle Babies on iPlayer

    As part of the Nature’s Miracle Babies series currently being broadcast on BBC 1 in the United Kingdom, presenter Martin Hughes-Games  visited the DSWT’s elephant orphanage in Nairobi, as well as the reintegration centre in Ithumba, Tsavo East. (read more)

  1. Mara Vet Unit helps a young snared elephant in August 2011 - 9/1/2011

    Masai Mara is divided into two parts each administered by the local council in which the area falls in. (read more)

    The vet removes the snare The snare is cut off The snare wound is cleaned Mother & calf re-united after treatment
  1. The Death of Mumbushi - 8/30/2011

    30th August 2011 has been another tragic and sad day for all of us in our  Nairobi Elephant Nursery, and also for all the foster-parents of this tiny orphaned elephant named Mumbushi, the smallest baby in our Nairobi Nursery who was deeply loved and cosseted by all. (read more)

    Mumbushi surrounded by love, little, blanketed and cosseted Mumbushi walking with the other orphans in the bush Mumbushi in the long grass Mumbushi and Naipoki with Julius
  1. The Mara Vet Unit treats a wounded bull in June 2011 - 8/30/2011

    Towards the end of June, the Mara mobile Vet Unit was informed by The Narok District Game Warden of a bull elephant that was injured and required the attention of our unit. (read more)

    The injured bull Swollen front leg The Vet attending to the injury Cleaning the arrow wound

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