Trackers and rangers are the heroes of gorilla conservation, navigating through dense and remote forests every day to find...Read More
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Fact 1: Individual donors like you make up the largest source of donations for the Fossey Fund. These donations...Read More
Fact 1: Karisoke was not Dian Fossey’s first research site. Dian Fossey first began her gorilla observations in 1966...Read More
The Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund is sad to announce that Poppy, the last living gorilla featured by famed primatologist...Read More
The Fossey Fund has an extensive education program in Rwanda where we work, reaching children and adults at all...Read More
The Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund is the world’s longest-running and largest organization dedicated solely to gorilla conservation, and has...Read More
This month we’re not only commemorating the birth of Dian Fossey on Jan. 16, 1932, we’re celebrating the birthdays...Read More
Wilderness Safaris, which operates Bisate Lodge near Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda, has announced a reforestation project to plant...Read More
In designing and building the new Ellen DeGeneres center of the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund in Rwanda, we could...Read More
Yes, Fossey Fund field staff spend a lot of time collecting and analyzing gorilla fecal samples, and while this...Read More
Conservation is important but it’s also complicated! That was the main point of contention in the Fossey Fund’s latest...Read More
Since 2003, the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund has partnered with the University of Rwanda, as part of our capacity-building...Read More
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Just like our gorilla protection teams, you can help save gorillas every single day. Symbolic gorilla adoptions have a meaningful and immediate impact in the lives of the planet’s last wild gorillas and make great gifts! You can ensure gorillas are protected all day, every day by adopting a new family member today!