Some more video interviews from Zoo Boise's trip to Gorongosa National Park.
Idaho philanthropist Greg Carr turned 40 and was intentionally looking for a project. He tells how he got to Gorongosa National Park and started the Restoration Project.
All national parks need friends, says Greg Carr of the Gorongosa Restoration Project. He talks about how zoos can help — and, in particular, how Zoo Boise does help — the project.
Greg Carr, of the Gorongosa Restoration Project, talks about the importance of tourism for the restoration of Gorongosa National Park.
Greg Carr tells about how the Gorongosa Restoration Project works with the community — using an example of the elephants that sometimes leave the park.
Zoo Boise Director Steve Burns reflects on seeing projects in Gorongosa National Park that are funded by Zoo Boise's conservation fees.
Director of Zoo Boise Steve Burns talks about the changing mission of zoos: "We still have animals, but the reason why we have animals is changed."
The group from Zoo Boise spent a morning with senior lion researcher Paola Bouley. The lions were inaccessible in tall grass, so we never saw them — such is the life of a lion researcher — but we learned a lot about Gorongosa’s Lion Project and their research.
Lion researcher Paola Bouley talks about her work with the Gorongosa Restoration Project in Mozambique.
A new, young lion has been collared recently. Researcher Paola Bouley talks about the process. Gorongosa National Park Restoration Project.
Liz Littman, director of development and communication for Friends of Zoo Boise, talks about what it's like to visit Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique.
Long-time Zoo Boise volunteer Bonny Shepherd talks about what it's like to visit Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique.