Mountain gorilla Poppy – who turns 42 years old on April 1 – is not only the oldest gorilla...Read More
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A message from Dr. Tara Stoinski, president and CEO/chief scientist, the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund We’ve heard so much...Read More
On Monday, Oct. 10, Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund trackers reported that silverback Cantsbee was not in his group when...Read More
An exciting new exhibit about gorillas, their habitats, and the Fossey Fund’s work is now open at our Karisoke...Read More
During our daily mountain gorilla monitoring, Fossey Fund trackers and researchers often get to see interesting behaviors, all of...Read More
Therre are not many fruiting trees in the Virunga volcanoes habitat where the mountain gorillas live, so they rarely...Read More
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December 22, 2014 Fossey Fund Tracker Witnesses Gorilla Births Once female mountain gorillas are old enough to reproduce, they...Read More
October 27, 2014 When Gorilla Groups Cross National Borders It is a crucial task to have Fossey Fund trackers...Read More
September 25, 2014 Inshuti: An Unusual and Difficult Silverback Like humans, mountain gorillas are highly social creatures with intricate...Read More
August 25, 2014 Gorilla Group Has to Regain Trust in People After a sequence of tremendously stressful events, which...Read More
July 28, 2014 An Unusual Interaction Between Two Gorilla Groups The Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund’s trackers and researchers recently...Read More
June 30, 2014 Taraja Gives Birth and Lone Silverback Giraneza is Seen Again On May 23, an infant was...Read More
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