The Rescue of Amali

Amali means ‘hope’ in Swahili. It is a very fitting name for this little elephant, given the extraordinary circumstances she overcame to survive. Now, Amali is one of our unique orphans who will grow up at Umani Springs.

 Aerial Surveillance Report for November 2022

November marked the beginning of the rainy season, which brought relief to a parched landscape – at least in certain areas. However with the rains came certain challenges as well, especially because they were not particularly widespread. This included an increase in Human-Elephant Conflict as a result of elephants wandering out of the Park in search of water and browse.

Naleku, Suguroi, and Sagateisa Graduate to Ithumba

The new year began on an auspicious note for our Nursery big girls. On 18th January, Naleku, Suguroi, and Sagateisa graduated to our Ithumba Reintegration Unit in Tsavo East National Park, where they will continue their journey to a life back in the wild.