Read about the LWC's latest successful Green Project workshop and our partnership with the Batoke community to provide sustainable alternative livelihoods and alleviate poverty.
Josep is a 50-year-old telecommunications engineer from Spain who came to Cameroon in June 2022 to volunteer at the Limbe Wildlife Centre.
A collaboration between two sanctuaries in Cameroon has led to the successful rescue of an endangered white-bellied pangolin.
The Covid-19 pandemic has very quickly whirred through the world, not leaving Cameroon untouched. Thankfully, we have prepared to keep all our rescues and staff safe from the virus.
The number of rescued endangered African grey parrots is quickly rising, as the demand for this species is continually ongoing. Luckily, we are well equipped to successfully rehabilitate and release these birds back into the wild.
Meet our newest rescued orphan at the LWC, Mbigou the juvenile drill! Being confiscated from the illegal wildlife trade, Mbigou is now in his safe haven at the centre.
We are thrilled to be named as a 2019 recipient of the Clark R. Bavin Wildlife Law Enforcement Award for our work in combating wildlife crime.
In July we released two Patas monkeys into their temporary enclosure, held our 8th Family Nature Club, revealed gorilla Adjibolo's improved condition, and more!
Recent rescues, a new aviary and widespread media coverage: making strides to conserve African Grey Parrots in Cameroon. Read more!