It follows a new video upload yesterday, ‘Ape Action Africa chimps rehoused in new enclosure’, which tells the story of a family of rescued chimps, moving to a brand new natural habitat within the Mefou National Park in Cameroon.
In order to raise vital funds, Ape Action Africa’s principle, Rachel Hogan, is visiting the UK in November to speak about the work at the sanctuary.
The details of the talk are as follows:
Bushmeat, bullets and bananas
Date: 6:30pm on Thursday 4th November 2010
Venue: Royal Geographical Society in London (Kensington Gore Entrance)
Tickets: £30, available from the website
All profits from the event go directly to Ape Action Africa’s vital work in West Africa, protecting endangered great ape species
You can read more about the work we do with Ape Action Africa on our website.