Sangha Lodge, The Bio Diversity lodge

Sangha Lodge News

The latest sightings and happenings from Sangha Lodge camp and the Pangolin project

06/04/21:  Forest birds

Another video of bycatch from our camera trapping. This time some forest birds.

NB: First Guinea fowl are plumed not crested

31/03/21: Forest Elephant recognised as separate species

Last week the IUCN formally recognised African forest elephant as a separate species to their savannah relatives. Forest elephants (Loxodonta cyclotis)  are listed as critically endangered and savannah elephants (Loxodonta africana) as endangered.

The forests of Dzanga Sangha are arguably the best place in the world to view forest elephants and their protection is hugely important to us and to the wider world.

Photo: Jacha Potgieter

24/03/21: Squirrels, primates and other small mammals in camera traps

Some random rare footage of small mammals from a single camera trap set up at a know den of a Long-tailed Pangolin. Includes footage of the rarely filmed Central African Oyan

28/02/21: Changes to Reopening

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, the decision has been made to remian closed until September, our set departure dates have been amended to reflect this

01/01/21: De Brazza's monkey

A shy and rarely seen De Brazza's monkey came to visit

20/11/20: New Page - The Squirrels of Sangha Lodge

The forest around the lodge is home to many species of small mammal. Here we look at the 10 species of squirrel that occur around us

29/04/20: Sangha Pangolin Project

As part of the Leadership in Conservation in Africa talks the researchers from our pangolin project gave a talk on their work.