Articles by Richard Bergl
|Bioko Primate Research - January 2011|
Dr. Rich Bergl shares the journal he kept while traveling to Equatorial New
Guinea in January 2011 for a primate census.
Primate Conservation on Bioko
Dr. Richard Bergl of the North Carolina Zoological Park joined a primate
conservation and research project on the island of Bioko, which lies off Africa's
western coast. Bioko is a largely free of human impacts and thus offers a very
diverse wildlife population.
Three Conservation Projects in Nigeria
UPDATED 28 JULY 2009 Dr. Richard Bergl
arrived in Nigeria in late June 2009.
He will be working on three field conservation projects,
including wildlife monitoring research and developing a plan
to protect an important forest reserve.
FieldTripEarth will publish Dr. Bergl's diary as it
is made available from Africa.
Using Technology to Conserve Cross River Gorillas
The North Carolina Zoological Park's Dr. Richard Bergl
leads a high-tech research project in Cameroon focused on
the conservation of Cross River gorillas.
Surveying Wildlife in Nigerian Forests
Dr. Richard Bergl works in the forests of
southwestern Nigeria as part of a team conducting surveys
for wildlife in three forest reserves. Read his field diary
entries and learn more about these critical
forests. PHOTOS AND UPDATES ADDED 4 FEBRUARY
About the author:
Dr. Rich Bergl is Curator of Research at the North
Carolina Zoological Park.