Monthly Archives: November 2010

Gorilla conservation goes pedal powered!

Hi this is Sam at the Gorilla Organization’s Ugandan resource centre. The last couple of weeks have been very exciting for us. We have launched a brand new gorilla consrervation project in Western Uganda – Africa’s very first pedal powered cinema for conservation! This innovative cinema will be showing educational conservation films to school children […]

Twin gorillas born in Congo

Hi this is Tuver, I have some exciting news. Our rangers at Kahuzi Beiga National Park have reported that twin baby gorillas were born a few weeks ago! The twins have been born in to the Chimanuka group and are the fourth pair of twins born in to this family. There are fewer than 5,000 […]

The impossible becomes possible

Five Congolese women travel to India in their quest to protect the endangered gorillas. On Monday, I took part in something amazing. I helped five illiterate Congolese women, all of whom are grandmothers, head off on an amazing journey to India. The women, who are from four villages on the edge of the Virungas National […]