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Census Team Discovers a Newborn Mountain Gorilla

Through the vegetation, meet the newest member of the Kyaguliro family group in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park in Uganda. Born to Tindamanyire on Thursday, September 15th, it was born just in time to be counted in the census of mountain gorillas that is currently underway.

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The "Save Vanishing Species" Stamps are Here!

  • 10/18/11
  • Anonymous
The U.S. Postal Service is working to “stamp out” extinction with the release of its new “Save Vanishing Species” semipostal stamp.

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The trip of a lifetime on an AWF safari

  • 10/13/11
  • EllieHeller

This summer, AWF hosted an exclusive member safari to Uganda and Rwanda. There, the nine intrepid safari goers trekked through dense bamboo thickets to see mountain gorillas, spied chimpanzees in the rainforest, and snapped photos of tree-climbing lions. But what AWF member Ellie Heller remembers most fondly of her trip is the people.

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A new census of mountain gorillas is underway in Uganda

  • 10/11/11
  • Anna
A census of the critically-endangered mountain gorillas (Gorilla beringei beringei) in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Uganda, is scheduled to begin September 7, 2011.

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The Passing of Ozias Kubayi

I am very sad to announce the passing of Mr. Ozias Kubayi who worked with us on the Leopard Project from November 2010 to May 2011. The time he spent with us, albeit brief was very pleasant and educational. He was passionate about the African wilderness and was very professional in his approach. During my work with him I learned a lot, beyond just survival in the bush, but a whole new perspective on life. With this, my condolences go out to his family.

 

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