RESCUE

RETETI ELEPHANT SANCTUARY. COMMUNITY UNITED FOR ELEPHANTS.

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THE RETETI ELEPHANT SANCTUARY IS SITUATED IN THE REMOTE MATHEWS RANGE, AMONG KENYA'S SECOND LARGEST ELEPHANT POPULATION.

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THE PROPORTION OF ILLEGALLY KILLED ELEPHANTS IN NRT MEMBER COMMUNITY CONSERVANCIES HAS FALLEN 53% SINCE 2012.

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IT IS ESTIMATED BETWEEN FIVE AND TEN ELEPHANT CALVES ARE RESCUED IN NORTHERN KENYA EACH YEAR, FROM A POPULATION OF AN ESTIMATED 8,700.

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ELEPHANT KEEPER'S FEE PER MONTH

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COST OF MILK FORMULA FOR 1 CALF FOR 2 WEEKS

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COST TO AIRLIFT CALF IN TROUBLE TO SANCTUARY

Local Community Goat Milk

One of the main things that has made a big difference in being able to raise these small and vulnerable calves, and especially those with challenging injuries such as Lomunyak and Long’uro is the discovery of using a new milk formula which is far easier for the elephants to digest, ...

Lomunyak, alias Lucky

Lomunyak aka” Lucky” in Samburu language, now 8months old. He was rescued from Elephant Bedroom Camp Samburu National Reserve after being separated from his mother mid-April this year. He was approximately 6-8 weeks old when rescued after surviving what seemed to be a lion attack. He nearly drowned at Ewaso ...

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