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  1. Let us not be complacent about the plight of elephants in Africa - 7/19/2008

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    A young male of about five years old in the Mara with a deep spear wound The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust's Mara Mobile Veterinary Unit treats the spear wound This young female elephant had an excruciating end, strangulation from a cable snare. An orphaned elephant calf unprotected from the herd had her rear end chewed by preditors
  1. Rongai's rescue - 6/22/2008

    During the afternoon of the 12th June, a passing motorist spotted a tiny zebra foal standing forlornly all alone in the middle of the Kitengela plains abutting Nairobi National Park, with no other zebras anywhere to be seen. (read more)

  1. Kelly Rowland visits The David Sheldrick Widlife Trust - 6/21/2008

    Kelly Rowland visited the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust's Orphans' Project on Saturday while in Nairobi. (read more)

  1. Kimana's rescue - 6/20/2008

    On the 27th May 2008 a tiny 3 week old elephant bull calf simply wandered into a ‘manyatta’ (homestead)  seaking the company of the cattle at Kimana Springs, close to the Amboseli National Park. (read more)

    Amboseli Kimana Kimana having some rehydration on arrival at the nursery
  1. Moving Lenana, Makena and Chyulu to Ithumba - 6/18/2008

    It is always with mixed feelings that the elephant orphans leave the Nursery forever, to embark on the next phase, over a span of 8 to 10 years returning them back to the wild elephant community of a Protected National Park, large enough to ensure a quality of life in terms of space when grown. (read more)

    A male leopard at the Ithumba waterhole A big Ithumba Bull drinking at the waterhole the same evening Chyulu, Lenana and Makena arrived A warm welcome for Makena from the older orphans at Ithumba.jpg Chyulu and Lenana and Makena with Ithumba as a backdrop

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