Pioneers in the rescue, rehabilitation & release of orphaned baby elephants, we actively work to conserve all wildlife and wilderness areas in Kenya.
Rescued yesterday, our latest arrival was greeted by the other 17 orphaned elephants in our care
He's been alone for 3 days, had his tail bitten off by a hyaena, but now he is safe at our Nairobi Nursery
Solio out and about with Patrick. An orphaned black rhino, you can read Solio's story here: http://bit.ly/qahEiN
Orphan Thomson's Gazelle, Lengai taking her bottle from Charles!
Kithaka offered homeopathic pillules donated by @Nelsons
Health & happiness. Scenes like this are only possible thanks to our great keepers & donors, thank you so much
Like us, @LamuConservationTrust operate anti-poaching teams. Just found a foot snare, targeting Topi or Buffalo.
Ishaq-B & Sities are taking Sonje 'under their wing', while Naipoki is also very friendly to her, as seen here
Happy Tuesday from the Voi Elephants!
2011 Newsletter. Long-term wildlife conservation requires the support of the communities living alongside wildlife
2011 Newsletter. Long-term wildlife conservation requires the support of the communities living alongside wildlife.
Lumo is very weak & has lost weight. We are offering her milk every hour & doing all we can to support her
Sitting on Adan's shoulder is Oomph, an orphaned tree hyrax in our care who loves to snack on hibiscus flowers!
Little Lumo get a dust bath from the keepers
A very special way to show your Valentine how much you love them
Rescued yesterday, little Lumo is quite weak, however a good feeder, which is something positive....
Little Kithaka joins Kainuk in the bush. Scenes only possible thanks to our tremendous supporters
@lexplex Last time I looked #ORWA was an inquisitive orphaned baby elephant.........
Our photo of the day - Sities, Kithaka and Naipoki, who's sucking Kithaka's ear. Happy Tuesday!
Ithumba Head Keeper Benjamin looks like a proud parent with new born Yetu and mum Yatta behind
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