Our project leaders in Africa are on the front line of gorilla conservation. Here you can find the latest news from the field and an insight into the work of a pioneering conservation charity.
The Gorilla Organization’s Ian Redmond returns to the Congo’s coltan mines with Daily Mirror investigators
Illegal mining continues a decade after The Gorilla Organization helped to reduce the impact of mineral extraction
Eastern lowland gorillas are now classed as being Critically Endangered, which is bad news for us and for their forest home
It's been 12 months since we started the Reformed Poachers project in rural Uganda, and it's already making a real difference
The largest of all the primates has moved closer to vanishing forever. How has it come to this?
Don't gorillas all look the same? And don't they move everyday..? Then how can you carry out a mountain gorilla census in a dense jungle? And why is such a count vitally important? Tuver explains all...
Gorillas very rarely need to drink water. They usually get all the hydration they need from chewing on lush nettles or wild celery.