Our groundbreaking work to save critically endangered Grauer’s gorillas in Congo’s unprotected forests is carried out by some very special people, whose dedication, determination and
He was named “Cantsbee” by Dian Fossey upon his birth in 1978, since she believed his mother to be a male until she gave birth.
In September 1967, Dian Fossey set up two small tents in the wilderness of the Virunga mountains in Rwanda, and began a pioneering study of
March 3, 2016 Growing as a gorilla conservationist: Samedi Mucyo The Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund has a very active scientific research program in Rwanda, aimed
September 3, 2015 Observing Titus' group: Who will be the next leader? It has been a little more than a year since dominant silverback Rano