With limited resources, brave defenders, are dedicated to protecting wildlife from poachers.
It is impossible to separate the protection of the park from the needs of neighboring populations. The Director of the Park sheds some light on this subject.
How a change in the preparation of one of the most commonly consumed foods in the region can play a role in the conservation of the Park.
The bonobo (pan paniscus) is an endangered primate endemic to the Democratic Republic of Congo.
How a small village could, thanks to the anti-poaching work, be reborn after the difficult years of mass poaching in Salonga National Park.
Interview with Mattia Bessone, PhD Researcher in Conservation Biology, Liverpool John Moores University
Biomonitoring in Salonga National Park