Question 1: In Bwindi, do gorillas and chimps ever interact? While we don’t work in Bwindi, other researchers have...Read More
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Trackers and rangers are the heroes of gorilla conservation, navigating through dense and remote forests every day to find...Read More
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
Fact 1 Mountain gorillas live in the most extreme environment of any of the four gorilla subspecies. Mountain gorillas...Read More
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The Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund is sad to announce that Poppy, the last living gorilla featured by famed primatologist...Read More
The Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund protects and studies endangered gorillas every day, and we know this is critical in...Read More
Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund staff and programs pay attention to many species, not just gorillas, because so many animals...Read More
Bamboo is a special plant for gorillas, golden monkeys, and people too! At the Fossey Fund, we have been...Read More
The Fossey Fund has an extensive education program in Rwanda where we work, reaching children and adults at all...Read More
The Grauer’s gorillas the Fossey Fund protects in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo live deep in primary forest, where...Read More
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