The elephant calves at the Lilayi Elephant Nursery need to be fed a special milk mixture every 3 hours, day and night!
The Lilayi Herd take a walk in the bush accompanied by trained GRI Elephant Keepers.
The Kafue Research Project aims to provide increased knowledge about Wildlife Behaviour and Conservation to aid the Management of Threatened Wildlife and to facilitate Coexistence between wildlife and humans.
GRI runs an active Volunteer Programme to give a close up view of a conservation NGO in action.
Chodoba - at nearly eight years is the oldest elephant at the Kafue Release Facility and is starting to spend more and more time with the wild elephants in the Kafue National Park.
Meet Nkala, the most recent addition to the herd at the Lilayi Elephant Orphanage.
The Viewing Deck at the Lilayi Elephant Nursery provides an ideal place for schoolchildren to learn about the elephants and the importance of conservation and wider environmental management.
Batoka and Tafika - two playful residents of the Kafue Release Facility.