First-ever camera trap photos of a Cross River gorilla in Tofala Hill Wildlife Sanctuary

First-ever camtrap photos of a Cross River gorilla in Tofala Hill Wildlife Sanctuary, Cameroon’s southernmost population of Cross River gorillas. Exciting new pictures showing a female of the world’s rarest gorilla subspecies, possibly pregnant. The Cross River...

Lebialem Highlands: Urgent Cross River Gorilla Conservation Priorities

Biodiversity in the Lebialem Highlands is highly threatened, with IUCN Red List species such as the Gross River Gorilla, the Nigeria-Cameroon Chimpanzee and the African Forest Elephant unprotected due to two dreadful crises: the outbreak of the Cameroon Anglophone...
BANCK Community Forest in Forest Corridor Approved by Cameroon Government

BANCK Community Forest in Forest Corridor Approved by Cameroon Government

The government of Cameroon has approved the creation of a new community forest in Manyu Division. The two-year Provisional Management Agreement of the community forest to be named BANCK (Bakumba, Ayukaba, Numba, Chinda, Kendem) community forest, was approved by the Minister of Forestry and Wildlife, Philip Ngolle Ngwesse, through a Ministerial Decision N o 003 of January, 3 2018.

Update on the development of Mak-Betchou Wildlife Sanctuary

Update on the development of Mak-Betchou Wildlife Sanctuary

In a bid to conserve and ensure the sustainable management of natural resources of Mak-Betchou, in the Lebialem Division of Southwest Cameroon, ERuDeF in 2007 launched research and conservation work in this forest area. The proposed Mak-Betchou Wildlife Sanctuary is...