A de Brazza monkey holding her newborn, seen in a tree above the base of Bomassa.
An elephant swimming in the Ndoki river.
Multiple groups of western lowland gorillas can be found foraging in the Mbeli bay at the same time.
The massive, twirling bulk of an ancient liana hangs from a tree in the south of the Park.
Under the morning mist, a researcher looks through a telescope at an elephant in Mbeli Baï's main pool.
Nocturnal camera-traps can be used to catch a glimpse of discreet species such as the aquatic chevrotain.
The thick vegetation of the Nouabalé-Ndoki forest allows elephants to pass almost unnoticed.
By the light of a campfire, the elders of Bomassa tell the youngsters the stories of yesteryear.
Primates habituated to human presence are given a name, like Adelaida, a female chimpanzee in the Moto community
The base of the Park, next to Bomassa, on the banks of the Sangha