Gabon, Rain Forest Clearing Observatory
(This Site is Under Construction)
Langoue Bai, Ivindo National Park
Significance: This important rain forest clearing, know as a "bai", is a gathering place for “naive” gorillas, other primates, and forest elephants. Many of these animals may never have encountered humans, making it a conservation priority. More...
Location: West Central Africa. Ivindo National Park Reserve, eastern interior of Gabon near the Congo border, between the Ogooue & Ivindo Rivers, downstream from the town Makokou, Gabon.
Trek Date: May, 2004.
Bai/Forest Clearing Trek Participants:
Sponsor: Wildlife Conservation Society.
Scientist & Researcher: Erica Spotswood & Modeste Doukaga with the Wildlife Conservation Society. Trail Guide: Baka Pygmy Trackers. Guest Observers: Tracey Ormandy, Producer; Nick Greaves, Naturalist, Safari Guide & Photographer.
|Langoue Bai / Rain Forest Clearing
Ivindo National Park Reserve, Gabon, Africa
Research & Conservation:
Langoue Bai Clearing, Gabon, Africa
Wildlife Conservation Society
Other Treks & Research:
Biologist Mike Fay's Congo Trek, Mega-Transect
Gorillas, Other Primates & Animals:
Save the Great Apes links
Maps & Location:
Botony & Vegetation:
Guide to Vegetation of the Lope Reserve Gabon
Wildlife Photography by:
Nick Greaves with Tracey Ormandy
All Rights Reserved by Nick Greaves Copyright 2004
For Re-Print Permission: www.nickgreaves.info
Wildlife Videography by:
Tracey Ormandy with Nick Greaves
All Rights Reserved by Tracey Ormandy Copyright 2004
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