Toast Coetzer of South Africa’s ‘Go!’ Magazine visited Gorongosa during his travels through the Sofala province of Mozambique. http://bit.ly/OWfOAx

Toast Coetzer of South Africa’s ‘Go!’ Magazine visited Gorongosa during his travels through the Sofala province of Mozambique. http://bit.ly/OWfOAx

Toast Coetzer of South Africa’s ‘Go!’ Magazine visited Gorongosa during his travels through the Sofala province of Mozambique. http://bit.ly/OWfOAx

Toast Coetzer of South Africa’s ‘Go!’ Magazine visited Gorongosa during his travels through the Sofala province of Mozambique. http://bit.ly/OWfOAx

Gorongosa National Park (Mozambique) is located in the southernmost part of the Great Rift Valley of East Africa. An unique combination of characteristics and ecosystems once gave rise to one of the most dense populations of wildlife in all of Africa.

Gorongosa National Park is the premiere African park for a wild Mozambique safari. Make your next trip to Africa unforgettable: plan a Gorongosa safari holiday!

Naturalist E.O. Wilson leads us through an expedition through Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique.

Naturalist E. Wilson leads us through an expedition through Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique.

Tonga Torcida grew up on a small farm near Mount Gorongosa. He became a guide in Gorongosa and assisted E.O. Wilson during the BioBlitz and biodiversity survey on Mount Gorongosa. We spoke with Tonga about his experience working with E.O. Wilson:  http://www.gorongosa.org/blog/park-news/qa-tonga-torcida  Thanks to Howard French for this photo!

Tonga Torcida grew up on a small farm near Mount Gorongosa. He became a guide in Gorongosa and assisted E.O. Wilson during the BioBlitz and biodiversity survey on Mount Gorongosa. We spoke with Tonga about his experience working with E.O. Wilson: http://www.gorongosa.org/blog/park-news/qa-tonga-torcida Thanks to Howard French for this photo!

Bob Poole is an award-winning cameraman who specializes in shooting natural history and science documentaries. He is driving from Kenya to Gorongosa to join the team of scientists conducting the “Gorongosa 2013 Biological Survey”. He will film the scientists as they study everything from lions to ants. Follow his journey on our blog:http://www.gorongosa.org/blog/cameraman%27s-journal

Bob Poole is an award-winning cameraman who specializes in shooting natural history and science documentaries. He is driving from Kenya to Gorongosa to join the team of scientists conducting the “Gorongosa 2013 Biological Survey”. He will film the scientists as they study everything from lions to ants. Follow his journey on our blog:http://www.gorongosa.org/blog/cameraman%27s-journal

Just finished watching this with Kel; it is such a truly beautiful documentary that everyone should watch. (:

Just finished watching this with Kel; it is such a truly beautiful documentary that everyone should watch.

These adorable elephant and zebra cut-outs were part of an exhibit at the Centro Comercial Colombo in Lisbon, Portugal, highlighting Mozambique's spectacular Gorongosa National Park and the Gorongosa Restoration Project.

These adorable elephant and zebra cut-outs were part of an exhibit at the Centro Comercial Colombo in Lisbon, Portugal, highlighting Mozambique's spectacular Gorongosa National Park and the Gorongosa Restoration Project.

The last issue of Africa Geographic Safari shows the 5 Ways to explore the Gorongosa National Park (Mozambique).

The last issue of Africa Geographic Safari shows the 5 Ways to explore the Gorongosa National Park (Mozambique).

On Stands Today!! Professor E.O. Wilson wrote about our urgent effort to save Mount Gorongosa in his article “The Rebirth of Gorongosa” in the June edition of National Geographic Magazine. Read more about the article:   http://www.gorongosa.org/blog/park-news/mount-gorongosa-featured-national-geographic-magazine  And pick up your copy today!! PIN this post to tell your friends about it too!  Photo copyright Joel Sartore/National Geographic

On Stands Today!! Professor E.O. Wilson wrote about our urgent effort to save Mount Gorongosa in his article “The Rebirth of Gorongosa” in the June edition of National Geographic Magazine. Read more about the article: http://www.gorongosa.org/blog/park-news/mount-gorongosa-featured-national-geographic-magazine And pick up your copy today!! PIN this post to tell your friends about it too! Photo copyright Joel Sartore/National Geographic

The magazine “M de Moçambique” dedicated to Tourism, Culture, Society and Sport (with articles in Portuguese and English) published an interesting article about Gorongosa with the title “The New Lords of the Jungle”, written by Jean-Paul Vermeulen. http://on.fb.me/T9ifhK

The magazine “M de Moçambique” dedicated to Tourism, Culture, Society and Sport (with articles in Portuguese and English) published an interesting article about Gorongosa with the title “The New Lords of the Jungle”, written by Jean-Paul Vermeulen. http://on.fb.me/T9ifhK

National Geographic developed a GeoStory for Gorongosa National Park (Mozambique).

National Geographic developed a GeoStory for Gorongosa National Park (Mozambique).

Scott Pelley (CBS 60 Minutes) sitting on top of the historic Lion House in Gorongosa National Park (Mozambique)

Scott Pelley (CBS 60 Minutes) sitting on top of the historic Lion House in Gorongosa National Park (Mozambique)

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