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Cross River National Park

21 Feb
After 15 months of intensive survey using mist-nets and harp traps to catch bats, researchers have found 36 bat species, of which 10 had never been seen in Nigeria.
5 Mar 2021
Delisting Africa’s most populous nation as the hub for illegal pangolin trade would require multi-stakeholders’ collaboration.
15 Jul 2017
Established by Federal Ministry Government Decree in 1991, with the Cross River gorilla chosen as the theme animal, the Cross River National Park is an integral part of the Cross River State rainforest conservation area.
16 May 2017
When bulldozers rolled into their forest at the start of last year, the Ekuri community in south south Nigeria protested: "Indigenes say no!" They didn't want a superhighway that would wipe their ancestral lands in the Cross River National Park off the map. Under pressure, the earthmovers left to do their work elsewhere. But community…
27 Feb 2017
The pendulum of global attention over the earth’s health swung again to the realm of natural conservation, as civil society organizations protest threat by the Cross River...


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