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Only in Uganda and Rwanda

This summer, AWF hosted an exclusive member safari to Uganda and Rwanda. There, the intrepid safari goers formed intimate relationships with each country, trekking through dense bamboo thickets to see mountain gorillas and spying chimpanzees in the rainforest. For guest Colleen, the friendships and memories made won’t soon be forgotten.

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The AWF Internship Experience

  • 11/17/11
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The following post was written by AWF's 2011 summer Marketing Intern Jake Abell.

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Cleaning Volcanoes National Park: removing remnants from the past

What follows is a post written by IGCP's Conservation Incentives Officer Benjamin Mugabukomeye. This post was translated from French to English.

Over a hundred sacks of trash- discarded tins of tomato paste, sacks, clothes, and more- were removed from Volcanoes National Park in just two days of a renewed effort by IGCP to clean the park of waste and exotic plant species left by people. 

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Looking back, moving forward

Becky Walter, AWF intern in the field, signs off with the final installment of her photo diary of adventures in the Kazungula Heartland. Click on any of the images below to view them in full size. 

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More than counting gorillas: the hidden value of a census

Yes, a census is about getting the population numbers of mountain gorillas and their distributions within the forest. But what goes on in the course of conducting the census is, in some ways, much more valuable than the results themselves.

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