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  1. The Oprah Winfrey Show - The show included an interview with actress Kristin Davis featuring the work of the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. - 10/6/2010


    Kristin Davis was on "The Oprah Winfrey Show," Monday, October 4 talking about her part in the rescue of an orphaned baby elephant now in our care. (read more)

    Kristin in Tsavo with the Voi Unit orphaned elephants Surrounded by the Nursery babies
  1. Salaita's rescue - 10/2/2010

    25th September 2010 and yet another Elephant Rescue, this time again from the Ziwani area of Tsavo West National Park, the place where orphan Murka was terribly mutilated by hostile Masai tribesmen and which also yielded orphan Makireti who fortunately escaped a similar fate. (read more)

    Salaita just after capture is taken to the Ziwani airstrip in the back of a landcruiser Salaita in his make shift stockade at the Ithumba Unit Wild elephants visit the stockades just as Salaita arrives We named him Salaita after the hill close to where he was rescued
  1. The resuce of Kitirua - 10/1/2010

    This calf from Amboseli National Park was sited on the 14th September 2010 in amongst the W.A. (read more)

    Preparing for the rescue Kitirua just before rescue In the back of the landrover Aden pleased that the rescue ordeal is behind them
  1. Ithumbah's rescue - 9/30/2010

    During the morning of the 25th September, Head Elephant Keeper Benjamin, based at the Ithumba Elephant Rehabilitation Unit in Northern Tsavo East National Park, happened to be taking rocks by tractor to the Ithumba Dam where the Trust has recently sunk another borehole to alleviate the ongoing dry season water crisis which always presents us with a huge headache. (read more)

    The calf was found trapped fast in the sticky drying mud of the Ithumba dam A shot from the air of the drying dam that trapped Ithumbah Ithumbah greets a keeper Abdi is flown down to Ithumba so that he can bring the much needed, milk and medications
  1. The Rescue of Solio - 9/26/2010

    The very word Solio is indicative of saving the Black Rhino as a species here in Kenya, for when Black Rhinos had all but disappeared from their natural native ranges, including Tsavo National Park (once the home of 8,000), it was on 25,000 acre Solio Ranch under tight security that the species managed to proliferate from a mere handful introduced 40 years ago to some 90 individuals. (read more)

    Solio ranch nestles between the Aberdare mountains and mount Kenya The keepers that went on Solio's rescue The exhausted occupant, Solio, a little female calf Hassan with a much tamed down little Solio

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