Lewa Wildlife Conservancy

A elephant mother and a baby seeking shade in the scorching heat inside the Lees Wildlife Conservancy. It’s hot. Scorching, in fact. And the elephants know it. They’re seeking shade in the scorching heat, but there’s not much to be found. The Lewa Wildlife Conservancy is located in Kenya, and it’s home to a large population of elephants. These animals are always on the move, looking for food and water in an environment that is becoming increasingly difficult to survive in.
The elephant mother is protective of her baby, and she’s always on the lookout for danger. She’ll do whatever it takes to keep her little one safe, even if that means seeking shade in the scorching heat.