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  1. The Mobile Veterinary Unit saves the life of a bull elephant at Mackinnon Road - 6/5/2006

    The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trustís Mobile Veterinary Unit, funded by the Austrian NGO Vier Pfoten, has saved the lives of numerous animals in the three years it has been operational and the unit has been able to save the lives of over 100 elephants. (read more)

    The bull is darted and the cable snare clearly visible wrapped around the elephant's head Cutting the snare The elephant getting back to his feet after the snare was removed and the wounds treated The bull wanders off after the operation
  1. Dika - 5/22/2006

    We Called him DIKA after the Dika Plains near the Eastern Boundary of his Tsavo birthplace. He came into the Nairobi Nursery as a heartbroken baby of just 3 months, who had seen his mother and elephant family gunned down before his eyes, and who, in panicked terror fled through a thorn thicket. (read more)

    A tiny Dika just three months old Dika and Kioko Dika with his ladies Dika May 2006
  1. KAMBOYO'S RESCUE - 4/30/2006

    During the afternoon of 28th March 2006, our Mtito De-Snaring Team, on their way to book two poachers arrested in the Tsavo Triangle, came across a lone young bull elephant calf crossing the road about 4 kms. (read more)

    After the calf was captured his legs were tied before loading him into the vehicle The calf was all alone Being prepared for the flight Carrying Kamboyo towards the rescue plane
  1. Chuna, an orphaned Lesser Kudu - 4/22/2006

    The pastoral Orma people live on the Eastern boundary of Tsavo National Park and one day a herdsman came upon a tiny newborn baby kudu crouched in the undergrowth in the early hours of the morning while taking his herd out to graze. (read more)

    Chuna Chuna with Angela Sheldrick's son Roan Mohammed Chuna's rescuer Chuna with Angela Sheldrick's son Taru
  1. The Keepers - 3/29/2006

    The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust employs 40 Keepers who replace the baby elephantís lost family and are responsible for all the love and care and attention these emotionally fragile creatures require. (read more)

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