The community eco-guards in Loma Mountains National Park are trained by Tacugama to obtain evidence of logging, hunting and setting of snares within the Park. They also know how to identify wildlife remains, chimp footprint, nests, and feeding remains.
These hero’s of wildlife conservation are vital to protect Loma’s critical chimp population and safeguarding the park’s rich biodiversity.
Support our team today and choose the best gift option during this #givingdayforapes :
$25 for boots, raincoats and backpacks
$100 for camera traps to monitor and identify wild chimps
$250 for data collection equipment to keep track of the groups of wild chimps