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The strategy has been tried once before. In 1996, wildlife officials moved 30 bull elephants from Shimba Hills to parkland about 40 miles away. The disoriented animals trekked back towards the coast, eventually reaching another forest reserve further north.

This time, to lessen their sense of shock, animals will be transferred in family groups. The wildlife service hopes to track the relocated elephants using GPS collars, which will be fitted to the matriarchs who lead each family.

Rangers hope they will help to repopulate Tsavo East national park. In the 1960s, the elephant population numbered 40,000 - poaching has since slashed it to fewer than 7,000.

The operation, which will cost about £1.6m, has been welcomed by villagers, who complain that elephants regularly stray from the park to raid their crops.

On Saturday night, Mr Gaphunze was roused by fellow villagers' cries to discover seven elephants crashing towards his vegetable plots. Lighting a fire of palm fronds, he grabbed a sling of plaited grass and started firing stones into the air to scare them off. His fields were spared, but his neighbour's grove of coconut palms was uprooted.

"The elephants are coming out of the forest because there are many of them now," said Mr Gaphunze, a father of three. "If you planted a crop, weeded it many times, then came back to find everything gone , how would you feel?"

The fence around Shimba Hills runs near the fields - villagers pointed to sections where the wooden poles had been knocked down and to elephant footprints and dung nearby. They also admitted, however, that local people sometimes vandalise the fence to enter the park and chop down trees for firewood.

Conservationists have expressed concern about today's operation to shift the elephants from the forested coastal reserve of Shimba Hills to the very different climate of Tsavo East, a dry expanse of scrubland,saying that it could be harmful.

Daphne Sheldrick, who runs the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, said: "The enormous amount of money that has been set aside for the relocation of the elephants would be far better used to put up a proper barrier fence.

"Tsavo is a very dry area. I think it has about 10 inches of rainfall a year. Taking elephants from a lush environment like Shimba Hills and dumping them in Tsavo in the middle of the dry season, I think it's madness."

But the Kenya Wildlife Service argues that unless overcrowding is eased, elephants will continue to break down barriers. Officials say that the elephants' traditional migration routes have been blocked by human settlements, reducing the range available to them, and forcing them to raid crops.

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