Quarry Baby and his mother (QBM) and the new little family member moved back to the Kariba area after a 7 month absence (% to the group.).
KAWFT and Parks are aware of the state of his left rear leg. He picked up a snare some 4 years ago and the bone has now grown over the wire causing this problem. Although tender he is not displaying a limp at a slow walk. He is being watched over and Aware Trust Vets are also keeping tabs on him.
Thank you to everyone who has phoned in to report this plucky little ele’s problem. It’s a good way to know his whereabouts.
QBM is unpredictable and can be very protective so caution is advised.
The KAWFT team.
REMEMBER: When Driving or walking, Animals always have the right of wayKEEP KARIBA CLEAN Keep litter to yourself, in your vehicle or boat and empty only at designated points