Bekalikali Bai now has an observation platform
The National park’s building team just finished construction of a wildlife observation platform in Bekalikali bai – a large forest clearing that is regularly visited by forest elephants, antilopes and numerous bird species. Bekalikali bai can be reached via a trek through the forest from the Lokofa Patrol Station situated at the Luilaka River below Monkoto. The observation platform has two levels of 16m² surface each and allows up to 10 people to settle.
The platform will facilitate the observation of animals in all discretion for both tourism and research. Built in a bai its height also guarantees the safety of researchers and visitors.
Two rangers build their skills at the Garoua Wildlife School in Cameroon
Two eco-guards went to the Garoua Wildlife School in Cameroon for an 18-month training that began in September.
Biomonitoring Training for Salonga Staff
Three Salonga agents developed their biomonitoring and data analysis skills during a special WWF Training.
Documentary filmmakers shoot in Salonga
A visit from the crew of "Giving Nature a Voice." Salonga National Park to shoot a documentary on nature conservation.
Good news on World Bonobo Day
Surveys confirm critical importance of Salonga National Park for bonobos, forest elephants and other emblematic species in the Democratic Republic of the Congo