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Elizabeth Wainwright at Kinga Animal Advocacy

On the Mend.

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This little baby kudu lost its mother to a leopard attack and barely escaped himself. Such a sweet moment to help feed a little soul on the mend. Precious. At Tassia.

A Rainbow in Tassia.

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I have just spent four days in the wild at Tassia, an ecolodge in the Laikipia region of Northern Kenya. Here are days and nights spent perched high on the side of a rock formation in an open air room looking down into a valley of elephant families going about their day. No phone. No TV. No internet. Just the sounds of the wild and the expansive view of nature all around you. I spent mornings on safari walks and days watching the animals- a must for anyone who comes…read more

Full Moon.

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Campi ya Kanzi, October 2013.

A Special Thank You from Campi ya Kanzi.

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A special thank you from Campi Ya Kanzi to all of the women who donated items at the Kenya & Elephants event for the school children who are supported by the Maasai Wilderness Conservation Trust. Read it here: http://campiyakanzi.blogspot.com/2013/10/an-incredible-donation.html Ele

Amboseli National Park & Cynthia Moss

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I spent the day with Luca Belpietro and Antonella Bonomi and two of their children, Lucrezia and Jacopo at Amboseli National Park. A short flight from Campi ya Kanzi, Amboseli is home to The Amboseli Elephant Research Project and approximately 1500 African Elephants. A highlight of the day was the chance to meet and talk with Cynthia Moss, one of the world’s top elephant behavior experts. In 1968, Cynthia Moss made a life-changing decision and moved to Africa to study elephants in northern Tanzania with Iain Douglas-Hamilton. Four years later, teaming…read more

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