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Ozouga camp

The Ozouga camp is located on a savannah clearing at the edge of the forest. This location provides the unique opportunity to encounter elephants (Loxodonta Africana), red river hogs (Potamochoerus porcus) and other primate species such as Red-capped mangabeys (Cercocebus torquatus) and Putty-nosed monkeys (Cercopithecus nictitans), which also roam the area. The camp consists of several wooden cabins, one office, a dining room, a kitchen, and an outdoor lab station.

From top left: Quads, cabins, office and kitchen.
© Loango Chimpanzee Project/Graden Frosse

Meet the team!

The field team is composed of pygmy trackers, local eco-guides, international research assistants, a cook, a driver and a camp manager.

Camp manager: Erwan Theleste
Driver: Serge Emane
Cook: Christopher Igoumounamendet
Ulrich Bora Moussoami
Freddy Mackaya
Émile Mbongo
Jean-Édouard Nzengue
Piere Mbonjo
Team photos
Team 2017: Erwan, Pauline, Tobias, Christo, Rodrigue, Pierre, Antoine, Jérôme (upper row, from right to left); Marc, Borince, Freddy, Kathrine, Sarah, Harmonie (row below, from left to right).
Team 2016: Kathrine, Tobias, Jidex, Mélina, Raphaël, Erwan, Pierre, Lara, Gwennan (upper row, from right to left); Christo, Graden, Antoine, Marc, Freddy (row below from left to right).
Team 2015: Gwennan, Erwan, Sarah, Emile, Lara, Jerome, Tobias, Borince, Jean Eduard (upper row, from right to left; Steevy, Matthew, Raphaël (row below from left to right).