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Devastating Drought Ravages Tsavo and Much of Kenya in 2021-2022: Orphaned Elephants Struggle to Survive

In the harsh grip of a prolonged and severe drought that gripped Tsavo and large parts of Kenya during 2021-2022, the region witnessed a heartbreaking sight: orphaned elephants left vulnerable andaone in the wake of their mothers’ deaths due to the unforgiving conditions. Among these vulnerable youngsters was Kilulu, suspected to have been abandoned after

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On February 21, 2024, the Second Graduating Class of Orphan Elephants from Kaluku Moves to Our Elephant Reintegration Unit

On a crisp February morning, the air filled with anticipation and excitement as we welcomed the second graduating class of orphan elephants from the Kaluku Orphanage. It was a bittersweet moment, marked by both celebration and a tinge of sadness as these young elephants prepared to embark on the next leg of their journey back

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A Joyous Easter Surprise from the Ithumba Family: Welcoming Galana’s Newborn

On a bright Easter Sunday, the Ithumba family, a cherished group within our wildlife conservation project, gifted us with an extraordinary surprise. As the sun rose, casting golden hues across the sprawling savannas of the sanctuary, Galana, one of our formerly rescued elephants, introduced us to her newly born daughter. This little calf represents not

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Our Extended Family Keeps Growing!

The bond between humans and elephants is a special one, built on trust, compassion, and a shared love for the natural world. And in our extended family, that bond continues to strengthen and grow with each new addition. Just two weeks after Galana, an orphaned calf, introduced us to her newest daughter—a wild-born first for

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