Eric Rock: Mountain gorilla, lion in grasses, gorilla side profile, gorilla in heavy brush
Patrick J. Endres: Baby chimpanzee
Gimesi Attila: Grey crowned crane David Luck: Chimpanzee
Rich de Gouveia: Mother and baby, people with chimps
The mountain gorillas of Uganda offer wildlife lovers a rare and life-enhancing chance to meet and observe gorillas at close range. In this Uganda gorilla video, watch baby gorillas swinging from trees while the mothers and silverbacks sit below snacking on leaves.
Originally presented December 6, 2016
Travel virtually with Nat Hab Expedition Leader Richard de Gouveia in search of close encounters with the mountain gorillas of Uganda.
An Encounter with Mountain Gorillas
Picture yourself in a forest clearing, communing at close range with a family of wild mountain gorillas. A pair of teenage gorillas observes you from a treetop while a mother nurses her baby at your side. Meanwhile, a stately silverback gazes into your eyes. Sitting with Uganda’s gorillas is a rare life experience—a connection with something primal that wildlife lovers, and especially wildlife photographers, can’t help but find irresistible. Make a journey with Nat Hab Expedition Leader Richard de Gouveia during a webinar where we travel virtually to Uganda in search of close encounters with endangered mountain gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, then round-out the primate experience by observing wild chimpanzees and colobus monkeys in Kibale National Park.