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Discover Liberia’s rich plant and animal life and diverse ecosystems, and learn about the efforts and projects that are conserving the country’s beautiful environment! This resource combines information: reports and photos, from projects, organisations or individuals, and regions of the country in one place, and makes it available to all.

Read about various eco-tourism attractions around the country, so you know how to plan your trip to Liberia! The country has many diverse ecosystems, which include the largest remaining area of the Upper Guinea forest. Visit the forests that spread across Sinoe and Grand Gedeh. True to the country’s annual rainfall of 180 inches per year, these forests are rich wetland forest. Come and see the estuary lake and mangrove swamps in Grand Cape Mount, and the mountains of Nimba where dedicated conservation professionals, are working toward the preservation and sustainable use of habitat and resources for the future of people and wildlife. Learn how you can contribute!

New species of plants, animals, and fungi are still being discovered in the country. View recent discoveries here!Animal life lib home
Here, conservation students and nature enthusiasts and conservationists who want to learn more about the plant and animal life of Liberia can do so. Do you want to know about local forestry and conservation resources and  legislation, or local Endangered fauna  and flora? All of this information and more is available!Nimba C Hodgkinson (11)
Explore the ‘Plant Atlas of Liberia‘, set up through hard work by various botanists. Search to find species entries, tree type, and the range and distribution across the country.

Find out how to apply to volunteer or to conduct research at the Sapo Conservation Centre, or just check out what sort of research is being conducted there!
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Learn about protected areas, the status of proposed protected areas, conservation projects, and more!

Here you can find a list of organizations working for the conservation of Liberia’s natural heritage.

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It is our hope that this site will serve to educate budding conservationists, national and international researchers and volunteers, and all interested in the animal, plant, and fungal life, and ecosystems of Liberia.

The site is updated monthly. Please send enquiries, comments, suggestions, publications, news items, and photos to administrators at liberia@fauna-flora.org