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WCS Nigeria Program 6 Sep 16
Roan antelope in Yankari Game Reserve, Nigeria's most spectacular wildlife assemblage
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WCS Nigeria Program Nov 22
If there were ever any doubts about Nigeria's elephant population... This is a camera trap photo from Yankari Game Reserve earlier this month.
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WCS Nigeria Program Feb 7
First ever camera trap photo of forest in the Mbe Mountains, Cross River State
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WCS Nigeria Program Jul 1
Wonderful camera-trap photo of roan antelope in Yankari Game Reserve
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Mark Gately 15 Jul 17
Spent last week with Buka, just one of the gorillas that is in northern Congo.
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WCS Nigeria Program 20 Jul 17
On patrol with the rangers in Yankari Game Reserve
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WCS Nigeria Program Oct 24
Hippopotamus never fail to disappoint visitors to , , Nigeria
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Mark Gately 6 Aug 16
There’s more to Congo’s than just charismatic megafauna.
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WCS Congo Dec 9
In Nouabale-Ndoki National Park our law-enforcement efforts are supported from the skies by a Cessna 206 aircraft. With fully functional airstrips in Kabo and Makao-Linganga, remote clearings & rivers can be surveyed within 15 mins flying time.
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WCS Congo 17 Aug 16
capture of elusive golden cat, Nouabale- national park, northern
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WCS Nigeria Program Sep 10
Chimpanzee in the Mbe Mountains, . This sub-species is known as the Nigeria-Cameroon chimpanzee and is the rarest of 4 sub-species found in Africa
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Mark Gately 24 Sep 17
A photo of Buka on - one of several thousand gorillas that are in northern Congo.
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WCS Nigeria Program 31 Aug 16
Transboundary patrol between rangers of Cross River NP in Nigeria and Takamanda NP in Cameroon
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Mark Gately 10 Oct 16
A western lowland gorilla, seen in northern . Gorillas are threatened by Ebola and bushmeat hunting - but this one is .
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WCS Congo 14 Jul 18
Celebrating 1st ever with this incredible image taken last year when a group of chimps moved through the Nouabale-Ndoki National Park’s Bomassa HQ. The Park is home to an important population of our closest cousins in the animal kingdom.
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WCS Congo 12 May 17
A white crested in Nouabale- NP Bomassa HQ. Over 300 species have been recorded in The Park.
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Mark Gately 8 Dec 17
Both Congo and Gabon are hugely important for leatherback nesting.
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Diane Detoeuf 7 Mar 16
in is known for its group of more than 400 Colobus. Amazing experience!
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WCS Newsroom 22 Jan 16
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Mark Gately 2 Jul 16
A field team exploring the Motaba river, a key wildlife hotspot in remote northern Congo.
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