Felix Ndagijimana has served as deputy director since 2008 ATLANTA (GA) – For the first time, a Rwandan national...Read More
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January 9, 2012 A Most Persistent Solitary Silverback The Fossey Fund’s Karisoke™ Research Center routinely monitors nine groups of...Read More
November 23, 2011 Filming for Conservation Education Joseph Karama, the Fossey Fund’s Conservation Education Program manager, is producing a...Read More
October 10, 2011 New Mountain Gorilla Census Underway in Uganda Three Karisoke™ Research Center field staff members are representing...Read More
Funds to support ongoing research and preservation of the endangered species that inspired Corning’s industry-leading Gorilla® Glass technology. CORNING,...Read More
October 3, 2011 Studying Stress in Mountain Gorillas Winnie Eckardt, Ph.D., Judith Harris and Robert Singer, M.D., Postdoctoral Fellow,...Read More
Primatologist Tara Stoinski, Ph.D., the Dian Fossey Fund International’s Pat and Forest McGrath Chair of Research and Conservation, presented...Read More
Poverty is the greatest threat to mountain gorillas, and a major focus of the Dian Fossey Fund International’s work...Read More
Fort Lauderdale, Florida and Atlanta, Georgia (July 15, 2011) – Good World Games and The Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund...Read More
May 25, 2011 Pablo’s Group Challenging but Fascinating The largest group of mountain gorillas, named after Pablo, a historic...Read More
May 23, 2011 Partners in Conservation When a female gorilla made eye contact with Charlene Jendry at the Columbus...Read More
March 2, 2011 Newborn in Inshuti’s Group Such a good start of the New Year for Inshuti’s group! First...Read More
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