Monthly Archives: September 2008

The ‘witch bird’ at the Limbe Wildlife Centre, Cameroon: Felix Lankester

The Limbe Wildlife Centre, Cameroon, focuses predominantly on the rescue and rehabilitation of endangered primate species, like western lowland gorillas and the drill monkey.  However we also often rescue non-primate species, like reptiles and birds and other small mammal species.  Many of these species tend to be solitary animals whose behaviour is fairly instinctual and consequently […]

Gah’s progress

Running a sanctuary is hard work and it is not always easy to make time to write about it. We have had some sick animals in the last months, which is normal in the rainy season, but it seems that we have had the worst now. Because of the relative cold the bananas did not […]