Dja Faunal Reserve
The Dja Faunal Reserve covers one of the largest and best-protected rainforests in Africa noted for its biodiversity.
The reserve is almost completely surrounded by the Dja River, a contributary to the Congo River. Its dense primary forests are the habitat of over 100 mammal species and more than 320 bird species. Especially notable are its primates, such as the western lowland gorilla, chimpanzee, mandrill, and drill. African grey parrot and Grey-necked Picathartes are among the birds that are found here.
Community Perspective: this site has been unreviewed so far, no wonder since it has no road access and only about 100 people visit overall annually.
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