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New rhino calf (one day old)  [more]

New orphaned elephant calf This calf was left behind when an elephant herd was chased off some crops. The message from camp is: [more]

Eliska has arrived safely Letter from Ken Allen, CEO of DHL Express [more]

Letter to DHL employees re rhino (Eliska) translocation One of the things of which I am most proud is the support DHL has given to supporting animal conservation. [more]


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People and infrastructure

It's pretty quiet here; the rains have started.  Mark Pilgrim, Conservation Director of Chester Zoo and Maggie Esson, Education Director of Chester Zoo, have just spent time here looking at the environmental education programme and the rhino sanctuary. …read more

Kora National Park and Asako Village - July to October 2009 summary

KWS held a memorial on the 20th anniversary of George Adamson’s death (20th August) and it was well attended by KWS personnel and villagers from Boka, Mbalambala and Asako.  The event took place over 2 days and George’s old camp, Kampi ya Simba, was used as a base …read more

Environmental Education Programme - July to October 2009 summary

The EE programme continues to run successfully.  Seven secondary schools were selected for trips over the past few months and were brought in for a day of environmental education, classroom activities as well as sightings of rhinos and wild dogs …link

Outreach - July to October 2009 summary

Construction of the library at Hedaru Secondary School is nearly complete.  Elisaria visited for the third time to check on progress. …read more

Wild dogs - July to October 2009 summary

Vaccinations and de-worming continued following established protocols.

A pack of four wild dogs (unrelated to the breeding programme at Kisima) have come to rest at Kisima Camp.  They have been at the camp for four months now.  They hunt every day …link

Management and development - July to October 2009 summary

Management and Development of Mkomazi National Park and WPTF’s relationship with TANAPA:

Excellent relations in the field continue with the TANAPA Chief Park Warden and his staff and many meetings have taken place to discuss work and infrastructural development.  Tony flies regularly on patrol with relay of information to the TANAPA HQ.  We have also sent out our plant machines in a joint project with TANAPA to de-silt Dindira Dam. TANAPA sent in a team of rangers to work with our personnel on de-snaring patrols. …link

Rhino sanctuary - July to October 2009 summary

The 3 black rhino imported from the Czech Republic are in good condition. We are still supplementing their feed as they have had so much to adjust to and the dry season has been so prolonged.  We bring in lucerne from Kenya and add horse-nuts, bananas and carrots to their daily browse.  The tsetse targets are re-sprayed every 2 months …read more


In Kenya, GAWPT has had successful meetings with the Kenya Wildlife Services (KWS) on the rehabilitation of Kora National Park. Tony attended a KWS meeting in Mwingi and recently a team from England came to Kora with Tony to help on the planning and development of a museum in memory of George Adamson. Permanent staff housing has gone up in Kora at George Adamson's old camp for both KWS and GAWPT personnel. …link