In honor of the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Karisoke Research Center by Dian Fossey, the Dian Fossey...Read More
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March 29, 2013 Juvenile Gorilla Released from Snare This morning, the Kuryama group’s trackers found juvenile male Haguruka caught...Read More
March 19, 2013 Emmanuel Harerimana, Ex-Poacher Turned Park Guide and Conservationist Emmanuel Harerimana, a tour guide in Volcanoes National...Read More
March 27, 2013 Another Newborn, This Time in Isabukuru’s Group This morning Muntu from Isabukuru’s group gave birth. With...Read More
March 22, 2013 Double Good News: Giraneza’s Group Seen, With Newborn Double good news from the field: First, this...Read More
March 20, 2013 Update on Gushimira’s and Ugenda’s Groups We have observed some changes in Gushimira’s newly formed group....Read More
March 18, 2013 Fossey Fund Trains Rwandan College Students at Karisoke Third-year conservation biology students from the National University...Read More
March 12, 2013 Future of Gushimira’s Group Still Uncertain Silverback Gushimira recently formed a new group by attracting three...Read More
March 11, 2013 Infant Succumbs to Wounds Following Group Change We are sad to report that Amatwara, the infant...Read More
March 7, 2013 Wounded Gorilla Infant Succumbs Following Group Changes Unfortunately, it is not unusual for silverback gorillas to...Read More
March 6, 2013 Infant Amatwara Still in Critical Condition Today, the situation was still the same with infant Amatwara....Read More
March 5, 2013 New Group Doing Well, Injured Infant Deteriorates The new mountain gorilla group formed by lone silverback...Read More
March 4, 2013 Wounded Infant in Ntambara’s Group at High Risk Bishushwe’s infant Amatwara was found injured on Friday...Read More
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