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Just make sure to stay out of his line of fire, Kristin!!!!
Kristin Davis had a wonderful winter fairytale time on the The Talk, where she met her new friend Blizzard.
While visiting Kenya as part of her work with The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, Kristin Davis got up close and personal with one of the nation's native residents.
"Meet baby rhino Solio," she wrote on her WhoSay page.
DSWT aims to protect and preserve Africa's wilderness and its endangered animal population, specifically black rhinos and elephants. Davis's contributions to the cause were recognized in March by the Humane Society of the United States, which awarded the actress the prestigious Wyler Award.
Charlotte drops Carrie, Samantha, and Miranda, to hang with a pack elephants in Sex and the City 3: Escape to Africa!
In real life the faboosh Sex and the City actress Kristin Davis has been working on behalf of orphaned elephants.
Kristin was even given the proteges Wyler Award at Saturday's Genesis Awards, hosted by the Humane Society of New York City.
Davis began working with the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust at elephant orphanages in Nairobi and Kenya after hearing about the organization's efforts on 60 Minutes.
Read on her website about her travels to help those caring for elephants orphaned by ivory poachers.
Sex and the City star Kristin Davis has been named the 2011 recipient of the Humane Society of the United States' most prestigious honor, the Wyler Award.
The actress has been given the honor for her dedication to African elephant rescue and will be recognized at the HSUS Genesis Awards in Los Angeles on March 19, surrounded by other animal-loving celebs.
Kristin explained her excitement in a statement, saying:
"I am so excited to receive the Wyler Award from the Humane Society of the United States, as it gives me the opportunity to keep talking about an issue that's a profound labor of love for me. Elephants are truly amazing and they need our protection."
In 2009 Kristin found an abandoned elephant in the lava slopes of Kenya's Chyulu Hill during a drought and arranged for the lone baby to be taken to Nairobi's David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, which rehabilitates orphaned elephants and rhinos before reintroducing them into the wild.
She named the elephant Chaimu, then adopted her and helps to fund her care.
Sounds like she really deserves this award and are happy to hear she is getting it!
[Image via WENN.]