Cross River Gorilla News

Mar27

Conservation Groups Launch Campaign to Save Last Cross River Gorillas

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Following the declaration of 2009 as the Year of the Gorilla, the African Conservation Foundation (ACF) and the Environment and Rural Development Foundation (ERuDeF) are launching a special campaign aimed at raising awareness about the plight of the Cross River Gorilla.

Dec03

Continent-Wide UN Action Plan Seeks to Save the Gorilla

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Low-volume wood-burning stoves to protect forest habitat, alternative livelihoods to replace bush meat hunting with beekeeping and the promotion of ecotourism are among steps planned under the United Nations Year of the Gorilla 2009, launched today, to save of one of humankind's closest but critically endangered relatives.

Dec02

New National Park Opens In Cameroon To Protect Endangered Cross River Gorilla

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Takamanda National Park, Cameroon (AHN) - A new 261-square-mile park created to protect Africa's endangered Cross River gorilla has opened.

Sep25

World premiere of a high-realist portrait of the Cross River gorilla

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Vancouver, BC, Canada – The first ever painting of a Cross River gorilla, Africa’s most endangered primate, will be unveiled to the public for the first time on 19 October 2008, at the Mountain View Conservation and Breeding Centre, in Langley, BC, Canada.

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