Monthly Archives: June 2014

Tacugama’s outreach team’s latest work

The outreach team has just spent 3 weeks in Yiben in the Koinadugu district setting up camera traps and carrying out reconnaissance work. The objectives of the Camera Trap study were: To assess the status of wild chimpanzees and other mammals, to learn about the biodiversity richness and to characterize and map the vegetation landscape. […]

Enjoy birdwatching? Join us for “Birds & Breakfast”

Did you know that Tacugama offers bird tours the last Saturday of every month? If you wanna know more about the event read here: http://www.tacugama.com/visit-tacugama/birds-and-breakfast-1. Next “Birds & Breakfast” will be on the 28th of June. Last month Birder David McLachlan-Karr joined us on a bird tour. Read his colorful report here: Birding Trip Report Tacugama […]

Next generation of conservationists at Tacugama

Today, Tacugama welcomed students from God’s Army and Regent Elementary for a sanctuary tour and education session with Ethel our Education Coordinator. After seeing the chimps in their forest enclosures the children watched conservation films addressing issues such as habitat loss, crop raiding and snares. They’ve all been given homework and we’ll be following up […]