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  1. Kamboyo and Zurura move to DSWT's Ithumba Unit in Tsavo East - 11/8/2007

    Over the years, it has become a familiar sight – huge trucks parked against the Loading Bays at the Trust’s Orphaned Elephant Nursery in Nairobi, days before the intended departure date, with those orphans due to be moved to the Rehabilitation Units in Tsavo, being coaxed to cooperate by a Keeper armed with a bottle of milk standing inside the vehicles. (read more)

    Kamboyo wide eyed and fearful of walking into the lorry.jpg Elephants and Keepers en route to ithumba.jpg Kamboyo having a warm welcome from the older orphans on arrival at Ithumba.jpg Ithumba
  1. AUSTRALIA - ABC CHANNEL 2 airs Elephant Diaries 1 Series - 11/1/2007

  1. The Struggle to Heal Sinya - 10/30/2007

     

    When little “Sinya” arrived in the Nairobi Nursery, having been rescued from a Well near the Tanzanian Border close to Amboseli National Park on the 13th October 2007, we could clearly see that she had been through the mill, for there was obvious evidence of immense bruising on her body, with a large swollen area on her back plus abrasions on her right foreleg and under the chin and ears aside from the very obvious Hyena bites through her trunk. (read more)

    Sinya and her nursery friend Dida Sinya's back wound as a large slab of flesh died with infection beneath Sinya with tumeric and clay with the back now healing well Sinya, battered and bruised having endured a month of pain
  1. The Rescue of Dida - 10/4/2007

    There is a pipeline that runs from the crystal clear Mzima Springs in Tsavo West National Park providing the main water supply for Mombasa, Kenya’s port city on the Indian Ocean. (read more)

    Dida Amos and Dida Dida squeezes between Sinya and Lesanju Dida suckling Lesanju's blanket
  1. Sinya's Rescue - 9/16/2007

    On the 14th September at 8.00 am an elephant calf of approximately eight months old was discovered by Maasai boys trapped in a well dug for their livestock on the Kenyan border with Tanzania in the shadow of Mt. (read more)

    The little calf stuck in the well Kilimanjaro Amboseli National Park Sinya's eye Sinya taking her milk while in the renovated building waiting for the rescue aircraft to land

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