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.
Elephants populations: encouraging signs in a bai of the North bloc of the parc
The latest report on monitoring park clearings reveals encouraging signs for elephants in a bai of the northern bloc of the park.
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.