Mountain gorilla Poppy, who turned 42 years old in April, is the oldest gorilla monitored by the Fossey Fund...Read More
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After a week of conservation-related activities, Rwanda’s annual gorilla-naming ceremony culminated on Sept. 7, with the presentation of the...Read More
The Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund is extremely saddened to report that research assistant Alain Mundola was killed in the...Read More
Since 2005, naming infant mountain gorillas has become an important annual nationwide tradition in Rwanda. The naming ceremony, called...Read More
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Fossey Fund staff, scientists and collaborators have been studying gorillas for decades and we continue to increase our research...Read More
In addition to daily gorilla protection and science, the Fossey Fund is dedicated to teaching and building the capacity...Read More
The success of the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund’s work protecting gorillas comes from the efforts of our staff, who...Read More
For more than 17 years, the Fossey Fund has been collecting extensive basic data on some of the animals...Read More
Wilderness Safaris, which operates Bisate Lodge near Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda, has announced a reforestation project to plant...Read More
For conservation to work, it must be sustainable in the long term. With this goal in mind, the Dian...Read More
Partners In Conservation (PIC)/Columbus Zoo and Aquarium has been partnering with the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International since 1991...Read More
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