Kibale Chimpanzee Project

Category: Conservation


A look at the Kibale Snare Removal Project

Detailed coverage of KCP’s snare removal program from Mongabay.

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Jess Hartel interviewed for ASP

KCP’s Dr. Jessica Hartel discusses the Kibale Snare Removal Program, which protects chimpanzees in Uganda while engaging with local communities in conservation and education. Interview for Welfare “Hot Topics” – the American Society of Primatologists: https://www.asp.org/welfare/hottopics_kibale.cfm

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Apes Seizure Database reveals extent of illegal trade

Richard Wrangham discusses the illegal trade in apes.

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Coverage of KCP’s Snare Removal Project

KCP’s anti-poaching collaboration with the Uganda Wildlife Authority has just been featured in The Guardian.

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Saving Apes on World Wildlife Day

This short video, narrated by Richard Wrangham, clarifies some of the threats facing wild apes.

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Snared today, gone tomorrow: Landmines in the forest

On patrol with rangers from the Kibale Snare Removal Project.

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