New born Elephant transferred to David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

New born Elephant transfered to David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
The Mara Elephant Project in Masai Mara National Reserve is a relighting hope back to the extinction of Elephants, the Savannah has much to offer, the project aims at “Protecting Elephants to Conserve the Greater Mara Ecosystem”.
The Mara Elephant Project came to the rescue and translocation of the new born calf to its new and welcoming home, perhaps finding a family to associate with at the newly allocated home “David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust” Ol Kinyei Conservancy. It was joy to see him finally reach the age to fight for his survival, he was transfered in a Mara Elephant Project helicopter.
Maasai Mara National Reserve ecosystem
Demographics: Maasai Mara National Reserve ecosystem is a preserved extension savannah wilderness of Serengeti National Park ecosystem, southwestern Kenya, easy to access and seen along the Tanzanian border, with much to feed your eyes on a Kenya Safari that includes splendid sightings to hundreds of the nature recipes among them being the lion, hippos, elephants, cheetahs, hyenas, leopards notforgettig Wildebeests, the most eaten but never drained in the Savannah, seen traversing the Mara plainsm on the wildebeest Migration trek.


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