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  1. The move to Ithumba in Tsavo National Park for Sunyei, Galana, Ndomot and Madiba - 7/15/2005

    Yet again, the move of Galana, Sunyei, Ndomot and Madiba from the Nairobi Nursery Unit, involved a great deal of heart-searching, in view of the fact that the Tsavo rains have all but failed, so a long and exceptionally dry season will now tighten its grip. (read more)

    After a long day the orphans return to the stockades All of a sudden there is a low rumble and Yatta and her group emerge from the Bush Checking on Sunyei who somehow  ripped her ear on the journey Everyone is exhausted and the orphans stick together with their keepers
  1. A magnificant bull elephant is saved - 6/20/2005

    The number of surviving Great Elephant Tuskers his size, in today’s world, can be numbered on the fingers of two hands, if that. (read more)

    A magestic bull is photographed by The BBC in  Tsavo June 2004 The huge wounded bull is darted on the 15th June 05 Dr. Ndeereh works on the wound on the front left foot
  1. The rescue of Kora - 4/26/2005

    The secret to nurturing a sense of compassion is the ability to visualise oneself in someone else’s circumstances, and interpret how one would feel coping with such a situation. (read more)

    Amos and Kora Kora is sandwiched between the other orphans Kora and Naserian Kora's wound on the jaw is cleaned
  1. The rescue of Rapsu - 4/26/2005

    A phone call from Mark Jenkins, Warden of Meru National Park, on the 25th April 2005 alerted us to the fact that he had spotted a young elephant, all alone and far from any other herds, who was obviously an orphan, and too young to survive without milk. (read more)

    It took numerous people to capture the calf Once in a stockade at the Nairobi nursery the keepers began the difficult task of taming him Rapsu in an emaciated state, he had obviously been without his mother for over two weeks Rapsu and Kora share a special moment
  1. A magic morning with the Tsavo Orphans at Voi - 4/18/2005

    Daphne paid a visit to the Voi Orphans on the 16th April, and spent a magic morning in her old stamping ground. (read more)

    Burra runs to the mudbath along with Tsavo, Sosian and company Aitong, Emily Sweet Sally and Tsavo Mudbath time Sweet Sally, Aitong, Emily and Salama

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