Without intervention, baby elephants orphaned at the hands of humans, drought and natural causes would have little chance of surviving. For over 40 years, the SWT has been. Through film, the Guardians of the Wild explores the dream of the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust's late Founder Dame Daphne Sheldrick to offer these infants a second chance at survival, family and a life in the protected wild when grown, charting the the steps these elephants take as they embark on a wild life. Through raising awareness and, ultimately, funds for the their conservation projects, the SWT can prevent more calves becoming orphaned, while offering hope and healing to those who have experienced the unimaginable.
The Sheldrick Wildlife Trust is one of East Africa’s oldest and pioneering conservation organisations. Founded in 1977, the SWT are the guardians of the wild, working to protect, preserve and conserve the species and all wildlife in Kenya through a variety of conservation projects which include anti-poaching, veterinary initiatives and saving habitats.
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