Protected areasMone

Mone River Forest Reserve

  • Mone River Forest Reserve (© Angela Meder, with information from Rich Bergl)

Country:
Cameroon

Conservation status:
Forest Reserve

Area:
538 km²

Height:
110–1200 m

Gorillas:
29-42 Cross River gorillas

Gorilla tourism:
not possible

Gorilla Guardian Update

January 2013

Takpe chief receiving WCS in the community (© WCS/Takamanda-Mone Landscape Project)

The Cross River gorilla (Gorilla gorilla diehli) is Critically Endangered, with perhaps fewer than 250 individuals remaining within their range,...[details]

Gorilla Guardians in Cameroon 2009

December 2009

Peter Tipa, Moses Takia and hunter Prince Ebole with a gorilla nest (© WCS Takamanda-Mone Landscape Project, Cameroon)

Faced with the challenge of improving the monitoring of unprotected Cross River gorilla sites in Cameroon, the Gorilla Guardian community-based...[details]

A New Approach to Gorilla Conservation: "Gorilla Guardians"

December 2008

Potential gorilla guardians (© Amelia Stott, WCS Takamanda-Mone Landscape Project)

A new community-based approach to the conservation of some of the most remote (and hence least protected) groups of Cross River gorillas is currently...[details]

Gorillas of Takamanda, Mbulu and Mone

February 2001

Available only within the Gorilla Journal PDF file[details]