Monthly Archives: March 2009

Hanging upside down…

Congo – our wild chimpanzee visitor – continues to come to Tacugama with her daughters. Her older daughter – now almost five years old – is gaining confidence and becoming more independant of Congo. This is a typical view that we get of her as she watches activity at camp…. .

Birds & Breakfast

This is a new initiative at Tacugama to raise awareness of the natural richness of the Western Area Protected Forest Reserve that the sanctuary helps to protect and at the same time to raise some funds to help cover our running costs. In the last two months, Kenneth Gbengba, a Sierra Leonean ornithologist who has […]

Birds & Breakfast

This is a new initiative at Tacugama to raise awareness of the natural richness of the Western Area Protected Forest Reserve that the sanctuary helps to protect and at the same time to raise some funds to help cover our running costs. In the last two months, Kenneth Gbengba, a Sierra Leonean ornithologist who has […]

PLEASE HELP SOLO!

If you’ve had a chance to read our newsletter then you’ve probably read about our appeal for Solo. We’re repeating that appeal here and ask you to please spread the request for help to as many of your contacts as possible, thank you. We’re looking to raise $15,000 to help improve Solo’s living conditions here […]