OUR EMBLEMATIC ANIMALS

  • The Nigeria-Cameroon chimpanzee is endemic to West Cameroon and South-East Nigeria. It is the rarest and least studied subspecies of chimpanzees with less than 6,500 individuals in the wild.
  • To date, this shy and mostly terrestrial guenon has only been studied in Kilum-Ijim forest (North-West region of Cameroon).
  • Forever inseparable, forever enemies. This is how the relationship between these two massive river lovers would be best described.

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Wild NW Projects

Emblematic animals: chimpanzee, Preuss monkey, putty-nosed monkey, Milne-Edwards's potto, red river hog, great blue turaco


Benoue Mission

Located in the North Region of Cameroon and home to the giant eland, Kordofan giraffe, lion, savannah elephant, common hippos & Nile crocodile


The Kom forest

Sekakoh’s main site of interest in the NW Region of Cameroon. It is home to the elusive Nigeria-Cameroon chimpanzee


The Mpem & Djim National Park

We plan to train 02 Common initiative groups (CIGS) in alternative income-generating activities that best suit them.

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