David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust Nairobi

Dame Daphne Sheldrick in person! Quite a thrill for us.
The race is on to be first to the milk!
This noon feeding is open to the public.
Then there is time to fool around.
Nothing is better than dirt and mud. Not only is it fun but necessary to protect their skin.
With an additional fee you can visit the orphans in the bush and when they return to the stockades at night.
Photo bomb!
Real heroes!
Someone else's stuff is always better.
There are other residents. The warthogs choose to hang around. Definitely safer than in Nairobi National Park.
Kiki who will return to the area where he was rescued.
And Maxwell, the blind black rhino. He lives there permanently.
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Nancy Lewis

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