Articles


John Kahekwa, the founder of the POPOF-I, has rich experience, extensive knowledge and understanding about the gorillas in the Kahuzi-Biega National Park through the long-term close relationship with them. As being a pioneer of the gorilla identification work in the KBNP, he also identified over 155 individuals. This in fact is an invaluable asset for scientific researches. He has been working with scientists and actively taking part in the researches and reports.


Here are some articles that he took part in.


Infanticide and social flexibility in the genus Gorilla


Cases of Twin Births in Three Gorilla Groups in Kahuzi-Biega


Vulnerability of habituated Grauer's gorilla to poaching in the Kahuzi-Biega National Park, DRC.


Dangers to Kahuzi-Biega and POPOF's Artisan Program


First observations of infanticides by a silverback in Kahuzi-Biega


Intra-specific variation in social organization of gorillas: implications for their social evolution


Dispersal patterns, group structure and reproductive parameters of eastern lowland gorillas at Kahuzi in the absence of infanticide