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Endangered by Social Media?

One of the questions we’re most frequently asked is whether tourists posting photos on Facebook (or indeed Tsavo Trust itself advertising the existence of these giants) are endangering the elephants by revealing where they live. Firstly, we should point out…

Rebuild of KWS field patrol vehicle

Tsavo Trust recently undertook a complete rebuild of a Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) field patrol vehicle that had been deployed in the harsh and rugged terrain of Tsavo for a number of years. Reliable, all terrain vehicels are an essential…

World Rhino Day – 2017

Helping to protect the Black Rhino of Tsavo through support to wildlife conservation partners The Black Rhinoceros Diceros bicornis, is one of four mammals in Kenya that is listed as critically endangered on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Black Rhino…

Albino or not?

Date photographed 20th June 2017, at Mudanda water hole in Tsavo East NP. Richard Moller took the photos in the company of Tusk Senior Officials – Charlie Mayhew and Dr Samantha Corsellis. As the small cow / calf herd approached the water…

Kwaheri Satao

Saying Goodbye to a Tsavo Icon With great sadness, we report the death of Satao, one of Tsavo’s most iconic and well-loved tuskers. This magnificent elephant was widely known in Tsavo East National Park, where he was observed with awe…

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