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'Secrets in the Mist' celebrates enduring legacy of Dian Fossey
The life, and death, of Dian Fossey is the subject of an inspiring new TV mini-series
06 December 2017
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Rangers have started to leave the Virnuga National Park as fighting continues
Stanley Johnson, the Gorilla Organization's chairman, looks back on a life in conservation...
The eighth annual Kwita Izina festival is underway in Rwanda, with 19 baby mountain gorillas to be named at the main ceremony.
Though rebel soldiers are still situated deep in the gorilla section of the Virunga National Park in DR Congo, there is some 'light at the end of the tunnel', the park authorities have stated.
Hundreds of rebel soldiers have entered the Virunga National Park in DR Congo, prompting fears the mountain gorillas living here could be in grave danger
The small population of mountain gorillas at Mount Tshiaberimu in DR Congo is peril as militia make ranger patrols near-impossible
The rate at which the Congo's rainforest is being destroyed has increased significantly over the past few years, new statistics show.
The Gorilla Organization's African resource centres celebrate International Women's Day 2012
Gorilla Organization trustee Ian Redmond is to lead a once-in-a-lifetime gorilla trekking trip in Uganda. The conservationist, who studied gorillas alongside Dr Dian Fossey, will also show tourists the Gorilla Organization's field projects such as the innovative Pedal-Powered Cinema.
For the gorillas living in the Mgahinga National Park, the threat of fire is never far away. In 2008, a fire caused by a beekeeper smoking out his illegal hives devastated large parts of the National Park, forcing the endangered mountain gorillas to flee and destroying the homes and crops of local communities. Realising that this threat remains so long as farmers venture into the forests to set up beehives, the Gorilla Organization has launched a new appeal to support gorilla-friendly beekeeping projects in south-west Uganda...
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