Mountain gorilla Poppy – who turns 42 years old on April 1 – is not only the oldest gorilla...Read More
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August 31, 2016 Community conservation through movies The Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund operates community conservation education and awareness programs...Read More
How do bamboo shoots affect gorilla ranging patterns? What are the most effective anti-poaching strategies? Does stress affect the...Read More
Fossey Fund field staff were delighted to see a newborn in one of the mountain gorilla groups we monitor...Read More
Opportunities to closely observe endangered Grauer’s gorillas (found only in the Democratic Republic of Congo) are limited, because there...Read More
Fossey Fund staff are extremely saddened to report that one of the young mountain gorilla twins born to mother...Read More
Fossey Fund trackers report that mountain gorilla Kurudi has just given birth, and that they found her holding the...Read More
They can’t walk yet, but the mountain gorilla twins born this January in Rwanda are now able to stand...Read More
August 2, 2016 New exhibit at Karisoke provides interactive look at gorilla conservation The Karisoke Research Center, founded by...Read More
August 2, 2016 The life of elderly gorilla Poppy Mountain gorilla Poppy reached her 40th birthday this April and...Read More
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