Mountain gorilla Poppy – who turns 42 years old on April 1 – is not only the oldest gorilla...Read More
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July 31, 2015 New Fossey Fund gorilla "adoptions" ready Each year the Fossey Fund offers a variety of individual...Read More
July 27, 2015 Outline of a gorilla group interaction Fossey Fund trackers and researchers monitor gorilla groups every day,...Read More
August 6, 2015 Monitoring the newest gorilla group: Iyambere’s group During nearly 50 years of monitoring mountain gorilla groups,...Read More
August 6, 2015 Learning more about bamboo, a key gorilla food During our nearly 50 years of studying the...Read More
July 24, 2015 Local communities watch conservation movies In addition to daily protection and study of gorillas, the Fossey...Read More
July 21, 2015 First newborn arrives in Mafunzo's group Mountain gorilla Taraja was observed by our trackers with a...Read More
July 15, 2015 Newborn arrives in Pablo's group The oldest female in Pablo's group gave birth last week. Pablo's...Read More
July 8, 2015 Who's my daddy? For gorillas, it doesn't matter Every day, just like humans, gorillas have to...Read More
July 3, 2015 CEO Dr. Stoinski tweets from the field Dr. Tara Stoinski, Fossey Fund president and CEO/chief scientist,...Read More
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