About Us

Our Goal

We seek to help conserve the second largest block of rainforest on earth and the biodiversity that it harbors, by focusing on forest elephants as key architects of those forests, and using innovative acoustic tools at the scale of landscapes.

We are a part of the K. Lisa Yang Center for Conservation Bioacoustics, whose mission is to collect and interpret sounds in nature by developing and applying innovative conservation technologies across ecologically relevant scales to inspire and inform the conservation of wildlife and habitats.

Our Vision

We want to preserve a Central African landscape that includes extensive intact rainforest, with connectivity among resources and landscape regions critical for the long-term survival of endemic megafauna. Such a landscape will harbor significant biodiversity and provide the ecosystem services to sustain not only that biodiversity but contribute to ameliorating the effects of a changing climate.


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