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Face in the clouds - the rains finally arrive at TSAVO TRUST HQ in style and someone is watching ... can you see?
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Very unique - the back foot pad of one of Tsavo's Big Tuskers. Rubbed away at the heel and huge crevices etched all over, reminds me of a map. If one could interpret it, I'm sure there would be many a story to tell. May we let this giant continue on his journey. #4Tsavo #4Tsavo #4Tuskers
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With the days in Tsavo reaching the +40s it's great to see that in some places there is still enough water to get 'down and under' !
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Tsavo received its first dose of rain last night! 1mm so just a dust settler but it's certainly a start! #4Tsavo
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Tsavo received its first dose of rain last night! 1mm so just a dust settler but it's certainly a start! #4Tsavo
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HAPPY MOTHERS DAY from us all at the TSAVO TRUST
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Start them young #conservationkids
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Lovely photograph taken by TSAVO TRUST'S Chief Conservation Officer Richard Moller whilst out doing field work in Tsavo East National Park. Beautiful #4Tsavo
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The same Puff Adder that was seen by TSAVO TRUST HQ Birdbath just the other day returned ... This time however, it had been bitten by an Ashe's Brown Spitting Cobra and soon became its dinner. I did not realize, that whilst taking this photograph, it was suffering from the effects of lethal venom and died shortly afterwards. Thanks Bio-Ken Snake Farm for informing us that Cobras love eating Puff Adders ... we learn something new everyday!!
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Very well camouflaged but given away by a few birds who luckily were 'on the ball' early this morning - at least 3ft long, this giant Puff Adder was creeping around the bird birth. Clearly the bird bath is not just an attraction for birds, as last night a leopard was spotted having a quick drink shortly followed by a Bushbaby ... a very brave Bushbaby!
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Beautiful male Paradise Flycatcher (white morph) nesting above the TSAVO TRUST HQ bird bath. Mother and father take it in turns to watch the nest and feed the chicks. The pair never seem to stop working from dawn till dusk, constantly fighting off potential danger and looking for food to keep up with providing a never ending supply for their young. Beautiful birds with a beautiful nature. #4Tsavo
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Out in of search of a Big Tusker - we found these beautiful cheetah along the way in Tsavo East National Park. Always a privilege to be in the company of these extraordinary cats! #4Tsavo
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Stunning view from Ngulia Mountain peak in Tsavo West National Park. Lush green forest is not something one might expect in this part of the world. Just goes to show the diversity Tsavo can offer. It was well worth the 6 hour climb in the baking hot sun! #4Tsavo
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Due to popular demand, the good folk at People's Choice Apparel have added a third shirt design to their Tsavo Trust range - a percentage of all proceeds is donated to our conservation work!
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A healthy population of Wild Dogs in TSAVO - three different packs were sighted in January alone by the TSAVO TRUST'S air and ground teams. One pack of 24 and one of 11 in Tsavo East National Park and one of 10 in Tsavo West National Park. #4Tsavo
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Thanks to People's Choice Apparel for supporting Tsavo Trust through sales of big tusker t-shirts! Get yours now at http://www.peopleschoiceapparel.com/the-tsavo-trust-wildlife-conservation.html
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Another weird and wonderful creature found in TSAVO. This is a female Foam-nest Tree Frog. (Chiromantis xerampelina) She is living on the roof of the TSAVO TRUST HQ. At night she turns a marble grey color and in the day she is bone white, which acts as protection against the heat. Another fascinating species. #4Tsavo
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It's not just about the Big Tuskers at the TSAVO TRUST HQ! Here is a beautiful and very BIG Sand Boa, carefully removed from the kitchen and released unharmed nearby. You don't often see them this size in the wild, so it was a real treat to meet this chap, even if he did cause a few moments of panic when first discovered under the fruit basket!
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The flying termites were out in force last night after the rain! Today the majority have already shed their wings #4Tsavo
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Young Eric Taylor, wildlife enthusiast, joins us in Tsavo to get some work experience in the conservation field. He is assisting Richard Moller with the TSAVO TRUST'S Big Tusker Project. Here they prepare to take off for an evening recci to see what they can find after a whole morning of solid rain. #conservationkids
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A new driver and a new car join the Tsavo Trust team #4tuskers4tsavo
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With the rain, the bugs! #4Tsavo
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With the rain, the bugs...including this beautiful 3" wide moth #4Tsavo
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Beautiful Terminalia pods opening up all over Tsavo. #4Tsavo