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A little reading for while we are all cooped up at home "5 Ways Aerial Reconnaissance is helping save Kenya's Elephants"
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What a strange place we find ourselves in today!

Despite the COVID-19 virus that has completely shocked and shaken the whole world, we are desperately trying to keep our heads high.

For the last 7 years the Tsavo Trust has been working alongside the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) as a meaningful partner to protect the TCA. Whilst in full operation (prior to COVID-19) we operated 6 mobile ground teams: 4 conducting anti-poaching activities and 2 monitoring/research teams; 2 pilots running aerial surveillance over the entire TCA (using Super Cub aircraft); act as partners and stewards in generating community conservancies (currently Kamungi and Shirango) as well as maintaining an animal welfare program (rehabilitation and release of wild animals).

Today Tsavo Trust has implemented significant cost cutting strategies to daily operations due to the outbreak of COVID-19 and consequently our operating capacity has reduced by at least 40% so far. The Trust has refrained from closing all operations to continue our important activities, both wildlife protection and community conservation support as well as continuing to be a meaningful partner with KWS and our other conservation associates.

We totally understand that all face many and varying challenges under todays strange world with COVID-19 dominating all. However, should anyone wish to support Tsavo Trust and specifically Tsavo’s iconic great Tuskers, this is when they need you most.

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If you haven't seen the Tsavo Trust's video please click the link below. We are desperately trying to fundraise in order to continue the security we offer for Tsavo's Elephants. https://t.co/1kX5b0r7No
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We are seeking urgent funding to maintain the current level of aerial security we provide for the last remaining ‘Big Tuskers’ of Tsavo and without the kindness and concern for conservation from our supporters, our aerial operations would be under threat https://t.co/1kX5b0r7No https://t.co/9snQf2BCCf TsavoTrust photo
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