August 1, 2010

BBC Fast Track: Island Paradise

There are few places left in the world untouched by tourism – but the tropical islands of Sao Tome and Principe off the west coast of Africa, remain relatively unknown. They have a strong colonial history – but it’s the beautiful beaches, tropical rainforests and the islands’ relaxed nature which are starting to attract attention. Gwenan Edwards went to find out more. watch the video online here
April 1, 2010

BBC Natural World: Forest Elephants

Andrea Turkalo has been studying the enigmatic giants of forest elephants, getting to know over 4,000 intimately, in the rainforest of Central Africa. She has begun to unravel the secrets of their complex social lives and the meanings of their unique vocalisations.    
January 1, 2010

CBS 60 minutes: The Secret Language of Elephants

Researchers in Dzanga-Sangha Reserve in the Central African Republic listening to elephant sounds and observing their behavior are compiling an elephant dictionary. Bob Simon goes to Central Africa to listen to the forest elephants first hand.
August 1, 2009

Successful transfer of six gorillas in Gabon

Six young gorillas, rescued from the illegal bush meat trade, have begun new independent lives on a lagoon island just outside Loango National Park in Gabon.
January 1, 2009

Ultimate Africa: Game Rangers: Lost World of Gabon

Ultimate Africa is a documentary series that goes on a wild and exhilarating journey done by Jean Du Plessis throughout Africa. In this episode, Jean ventures to Gabon West Africa where the country is looking to develope a tourism industry. There he explores wild beaches, and goes off in search of un-habituated gorillas. He also visits Kongou Falls, one of Africa’s most spectacular waterfalls, where he learns that Chinese plan to build a hydro electric dam that will completely destroy […]
January 1, 2009

Yann Arthus Bertrand: Home – Gabon

Yann Arthus-Bertrand and his team travelled around the planet over 18 months to make this film. This movie shot from the air over fifty countries – including GABON – has a mission and carries a message for humanity : to become aware of the full extent of its spoliation of the Earth’s riches and change its patterns of consumption.
November 1, 2008

De Torenkamer, TV Gelderland (in Dutch)

Interview with founder and director of Société de Conservation et Développement, Rombout Swanborn.
April 1, 2008

CBS Survivor Gabon 2008 (3)

Beds at Evengué – Last Reward
April 1, 2008

CBS Survivor Gabon 2008 (2)

Singer Annie Flore teaches the trio a little French through a Gabonese song at the reward
April 1, 2008

CBS Survivor Gabon 2008 (1)

Winner Bob Crowley shares his experience on Evengué Island with sanctuary gorilla Mabeke