A guest post by Edward O. Wilson - At the end of a long rutted road in the park sits a conspicuous artifact in the midst of wilderness.
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I am back from the first reconnaissance trip to the Cheringoma Plateau in the eastern part of Gorongosa.
Today is World Frog Day, and we are celebrating the amazing world of frogs!
Yesterday I arrived in the spectacular Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique.
Have you ever tried to pick up a live fish with your bare hands? It’s not an easy task, let me tell you!
My family often visited Gorongosa National Park in the 1950’s and 1960’s.
When asked to select an inspiring woman to highlight for International Women’s Day, the first person that came to mind was Pelagia...
Cristina Albino and Salete Vicente live in the remote community of Mussicadzi 2 and they are both mothers, so they know what it’s like...
Growing up, one of the defining characteristics I’ve associated with a frog is that it hops to get around.
Shortly after arriving in the Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique I witnessed a puzzling phenomenon: while exploring the network of...