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World Elephant Day

August 9, 2018

There are accounts of elders reporting hundreds of elephants visiting the bais. Big groups gathered around the large open areas along the rivers and streams. But after being hunted heavily for decades they became very shy. Today, there are less than 2% of the original population left and it is extremely rare to encounter them at all more so in broad daylight.

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November 15, 2019

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.

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October 15, 2019

Mission of the Biomonitoring Team to Lake Kantotsha

The Biomonitoring Team carried out a mission in the southern block of Salonga National Park and conducted a preliminary survey of Lake Kantotsha.

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April 2, 2019

Biomonitoring Training for Salonga Staff

Three Salonga agents developed their biomonitoring and data analysis skills during a special WWF Training.

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January 14, 2019

Continuous improvement in Salonga’s management efficiency

Salonga National Park completed its Management Effectiveness Assessment (IMET) for 2018 and it shows significant improvements.

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