- 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
Following in the footsteps of his father, Ian Nichols has spent several months during the past few years in the Goualougo Triangle on assignment as a photographer for the National Geographic Society. His goal was to document the Goualougo Triangle chimpanzees and other wildlife inhabiting the pristine forests. Ian was particularly interested in photographing the unique tool using behaviors of the chimpanzees. In order to accomplish this task, Ian used camera traps to capture photographs of the apes and other wildlife. Cameras were stationed at termite mounds known to be visited by chimpanzees which allowed him to capture images of termite fishing by the apes. Ian also stationed cameras at fruiting trees where he was rewarded with images of chimpanzees, elephants, gorillas and red river hogs pigs. In addition, Ian used tree platforms that were stationed high in the canopy to get unique views of the apes in the canopy.