New forest on the Tain river bank in Ghana
Wildlife is suffering from habitat loss and many species are threatened with extinction. Fortunately, there are initiatives to protect and improve wildlife habitats across the globe, for example through forest restoration. We want to share our story about the restoration of 1,075 hectares of Eastern Guinean Lowland forest in Ghana. The initiative was developed under the Landscape Restoration Programme for Tain II Forest Reserve, implemented and managed by Form Ghana, and supported by Form International and DOB Ecology. The fauna experts of HCV Africa monitored our progress and encountered some spectacular animals during their field research.