IGCP Job Advert – Conservation Scientist

IGCP Job Advert – Conservation Scientist

The International Gorilla Conservation Programme (IGCP) is recruiting a new staff position! Download the Conservation Scientist job advert for more details. Applications should be received by 5 PM Central Africa Time on April 28, 2014. Applications or inquiries should be directed to hr@igcp.org. ----- RELEASE DATE: March 31, 2014 The... Read more »

IGCP Job Advert – Conservation Scientist

IGCP Job Advert – Conservation Scientist

The International Gorilla Conservation Programme (IGCP) is recruiting a new staff position! Download the Conservation Scientist job advert for more... Read more »

Gorilla & community protectors in DRC receive training, equipment

Gorilla & community protectors in DRC receive training, equipment

Don't be alarmed. The photo above is not an emergency scene, it is a training scene. From October 3rd to 5th, 40 HuGo team members from different... Read more »

Daily info gathering by rangers feeds park planning

Daily info gathering by rangers feeds park planning

Data crunching. It's not very glamorous, but it is vitally important to the conservation of the critically-endangered mountain... Read more »

Nose prints and mountain gorilla know-how

Nose prints and mountain gorilla know-how

All gorillas are just as physically and genetically different as you are from your neighbor. To know these differences helps to monitor mountain... Read more »

Back to the business of mountain gorilla monitoring

Back to the business of mountain gorilla monitoring

Monitoring the location and health of habituated mountain gorillas is something, under ideal circumstances, that happens every day. Unfortunately,... Read more »

A long and weary week

A long and weary week

It has been almost nine months of renewed insecurity in North Kivu Province in the Democratic Republic of Congo, which includes the area where IGCP... Read more »

Concern remains for the mountain gorillas and people of Virunga National Park, DRC

Concern remains for the mountain gorillas and people of Virunga National Park, DRC

The status of Virunga National Park's mountain gorillas remains unknown as rebels continue to occupy the park's gorilla sector. It has been since... Read more »

Population of mountain gorillas in Bwindi determined by census

Population of mountain gorillas in Bwindi determined by census

A census of mountain gorillas, Gorilla beringei beringei, conducted in 2011 in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Uganda, confirms a minimum... Read more »

Crash course on Mountain Gorillas

Crash course on Mountain Gorillas

Know the difference between 'wild', 'habituated', 'non-habituated', and 'captive' mountain gorillas? Read through these mountain gorilla facts and... Read more »