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Recent Coverage of Gorongosa National Park

Gorongosa has received extensive press coverage over the past several years, from the New York times, to National Geographic, from RTP to O Pais - Check out the links below for some of the most recent - 

In Mozambique, a Living Laboratory for Nature’s Renewal - New York Times
Spanning elevations from sea level to 6,000 feet at the top of Mt. Gorongosa, the park is a great mixtape of “nearly every conceivable habitat,” Dr. Naskrecki said: alpine forest, montane meadow, woodland savanna, grassland, scrub forest, a touch of true rain forest. And as you drive through it, bumping over roads so deeply rutted you feel like a human castanet, you realize you’ve never been so happy in your life. - Natalie Angier - New York Times
Devastated by war, this African park’s wildlife is now thriving - National Geographic
In addition to the increases in buffalo and wildebeest populations—dramatic since the war’s end, and significant since just 2014—numbers of impala, kudu, and nyala (a handsome spiral-horned antelope) are strongly up too. More than five hundred hippos cool themselves in the waters of Gorongosa’s Lake Urema and its nearby rivers on a given afternoon. Warthogs are so plentiful that you might find two sleeping under your porch at the Gorongosa hotel. Waterbuck are way up, to more than 55,000 head, offering testimony on the quality of Gorongosa floodplain habitat and lots of potential food for lions, wild dogs, and leopards. - David Quammen - National Geographic
Children living near national parks are healthier, more prosperous - National Geographic 
While Gorongosa National Park has an explicit goal of making life better for its neighbors and invests much of its resources to that end, many other parks bring real benefits to communities living within six miles (10 kilometers), according to a comprehensive new study published Wednesday in the journal Science Advances. - National Geographic 
Why Cyclone Idai was so destructive -The Protective Power of Parks - National Geographic
 Some of the park’s 260 rangers are waste deep in water delivering supplies to people stranded on termite mounds, one patrol leader told Carr today. They plan to return with canoes to rescue them. - National Geographic 
Women lead the charge in healing scars of war in Mozambique wildlife park - The Guardian
Gorongosa is one of Africa's most biologically diverse national parks. Its science department aims to inform the ongoing restoration, and support studies around the world. And its female scientists and researchers are leading the way - The Guardian
 
Additionally, here are other links to articles from various sources
 
 
- NY Times - Bugging Out
 
- National Geographic - The Rebirth of Gorongosa
 
 
 
- NY Times  - Opinion 

 

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