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Journal No. 52

  • Gorilla Journal no. 52, English, June 2016

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Bwindi Apes Conservation Education Partnership

July 2016

The Bwindi Apes Conservation Education Partnership (BACEP) is a collaborative project of the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology...[details]

Ape Dung to Restore Degraded and Fragmented Forest Habitats

July 2016

Though restoring forest is not a substitute to preserve intact forest, for sites where large parts of the forest have already been cleared, restoring...[details]

Seed Dispersal by Western Lowland Gorillas: from Fruits to Seedlings

July 2016

African tropical rainforests, the second most important biodiversity refuge after the Amazonian basin, host a multitude of plant species. The...[details]

Improving Law Enforcement Monitoring in the Afi Mountain Wildlife Sanctuary

July 2016

The Afi Mountain Wildlife Sanctuary (AMWS) in Nigeria is the western-most Cross River gorilla site and home to about 10 % of the total Cross...[details]

Clean Water for Cross River Conservation; Rangers on the Frontlines

July 2016

In a previous article, we documented bushmeat trafficking out of West/Central Africa for sale in underground markets in Europe and North America....[details]

Development Activities in the Vicinity of the Sarambwe Reserve

July 2016

Located close to Virunga National Park, the Sarambwe Reserve and Mount Tshiaberimu are two threatened sites where gorillas still occur. As ecotourism...[details]

Help for Mount Tshiaberimu

July 2016

With its unique mountain forest, Mt Tshiaberimu is part of the Virunga National Park, but despite its great importance for conservation it remains at...[details]

Development Activities in the Vicinity of Mount Tshiaberimu

July 2016

Located close to Virunga National Park, the Sarambwe Reserve and Mount Tshiaberimu are two threatened sites where gorillas still occur. As ecotourism...[details]

The Story of Two Pioneers in the Habituation of Eastern Gorillas

July 2016

Scientifically, there are four subspecies of gorillas: Gorilla beringei beringei, Gorilla beringei graueri, Gorilla gorilla gorilla and Gorilla...[details]

Report on the General Meeting 2016

May 2016

On 16 and 17 April, our biannual meeting was held in Hannover Zoo. With about 50 members and guests it was very well attended. The event started at 2...[details]

Grauer’s Gorilla Population Reduced Dramatically

April 2016

Grauer's gorillas are a subspecies of eastern gorillas and live in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo - an area where fighting between various...[details]