A Decade Strong
- The Color of Money
- Brazzaville Ape Meeting
- Great Apes and FSC
- BBC Documentary highlights “Fire of the Chimpanzee”
- Goualougo Apes in BBC Africa Series
- Origins of Deadliest Strain of Human Malaria Discovered
- GTAP in National Geographic magazine
- Sydney at the Royal Botanical Garden
- Transect Team Success!
- Ambassador visits Goualougo
- Identify this moth?
- Congratulations Sydney!
- Goualougo’s Tool Using Apes on Ants
- Congratulations Jean Robert!
- A day spent with Dorothy and baby Oz
- Focusing on Health
- Leakey grows up
- Maya’s sweet success!
- A Decade Strong
- Spending time with Goualougo Gorillas
- Congrats to Crepin Eyana Ayina!
- Thanks Ian!
- Josh Foer visits the Goualougo Triangle
- Jean Robert Onononga presents at the International Society of Primatology
A Decade Strong
It is this month that GTAP celebrates its 10th anniversary. The success of this project has been due to the tireless efforts of the entire team. Jean Robert Onononga has conducted hundreds of kilometers of transect surveys to document ape abundance and distribution throughout this region. Crepin Eyana has continued this tradition in the adjacent logging concession, and has documented many important aspects of the effects of logging on wild chimpanzees and gorillas. Sydney Ndolo is the GTAP’s staff botanist, and has already contributed much to our ecological monitoring of the Ndoki’s forests. Our research and conservation would be simply not be possible without the dedication of the forest guides. Their love of the forests is also a great inspiration. Also, we have not forgotten our dear friend and colleague Paul Zingouata. He remains a legend in these forests and is missed by all.