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Gorillas very rarely need to drink water. They usually get all the hydration they need from chewing on lush nettles or wild celery.
The Treaty on the Greater Virunga Transboundary Collaboration of the Wildlife Conservation and Wild Flora and Tourism Development was signed on September 22 in Kinshasa.
Effective conservation is all about cooperation. No matter how hard we work, we conservationists would not achieve much without the support of the authorities or without being able to work with other NGOs and charities.
If gorillas are to stand any chance of long-term survival, it’s the young generations whose help we need the most. So it was definitely very encouraging that I was invited to speak to university students in Goma as part of their World Environment Day
The battle against habitat loss gains pace. It’s coming to the end of the rainy season here in DR Congo and we’ve been busy planting trees!
Last week I was invited to a tree planting ceremony at a community in Kalehe Territory, South Kivu. The community is one of many that borders the Kahuzi Biega National Park, one of the last refuges of the endangered eastern lowland gorilla.