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  1. LESANJU IS RESCUED FROM THE MILGIS LUGGA - 10/15/2006

    It is uncanny that most Elephant rescues always seem to happen on a Sunday. Yet again this happened for the rescue of tiny “Lesanju”, on Sunday 15th October 2006, who fell down an 18ft well dug to access water for the Samburu cattle in the Milgis Lugga - the largest seasonal watercourse between the stunningly beautiful Mathews and the Ndotos mountain range in the Northern Frontier of Kenya. (read more)

    The Milgis Lugga Website profile of Lansanju being loaded Lesanju Samburu warriors from Northern Kenya
  1. THE RESCUE OF SHIMBA - 10/1/2006

    The Kenya Wildlife Service are currently in the process of translocating another 250 elephants from the Shimba Hills National Reserve to Tsavo East National Park, which is, the second phase of a massive exercise to move 400 elephants out of Shimba, which is a small Sanctuary with a rare coastal forest, close to dense human settlement which has brought sanctuary to many elephant refugees fleeing the poaching holocaust of the early seventies, eighties and early nineties. (read more)

    Shimba climbs on his dead mother Shimba suckles his dead mother The young orphan attaches himself to a keeper Shimba just before boarding the aircraft
  1. Moving Kora and Lualeni to the Ithumba Unit - 9/30/2006

    Attempts to get Kora and Lualeni conditioned to going into the large Safari Trucks parked at the Loading Ramps prior to the journey to Ithumba, began five days before the end of September 2006, but proved fruitless. (read more)

    Lualeni leaves the confines of the Truck finally having reached Ithumba Kora and Buchuma meet again Lualeni on the left of frame joins in with the other Ithumba Orphans and takes a splash and drink Lualeni and Kora head out with the rest of the Ithumba Orphans
  1. THE RESCUE OF LENANA - 9/18/2006

    On the evening of 18th September, 2006 we received news that a cow elephant had died on Ol Pejeta Ranch near Nanyuki, and with her was her milk dependent calf, who was desperately trying to awaken its dead mother. (read more)

    Batian rescuing the calf Lenana's dead mother Loading the calf into the rescue vehicle The calf and its dead mother, with its rescuers nearby
  1. TREATMENT OF WOUNDED MARA MOTHER ELEPHANT - 9/15/2006

    During the late afternoon of the 12th September, 2006, we received a call from Kicheche Camp in the Masai Mara National Reserve reporting a seriously wounded mother elephant with a one year old calf at foot. (read more)

    Mother and calf, with her terrible wound visible The first wound is treated by Dr. Chege and Robert Carr-Hartley The terrible wound on her left breast

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