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Obudu Conservation Centre is an educational centre dedicated to raising awareness, protecting and restoring the wildlife and wild land of the Obudu Mountains, the Cross River National Park and the Takamanda National Park.

The Centre focuses on community based conservation. We believe in improving the socio-economic welfare of the indigenous community, support their safeguarding our natural environment. OCC understands that there is an interconnected relationship between individual well-being, the environment and wildlife.

The Centre aims to advocate and protect the entire ecosystem the region. We are primarily focused on rebuilding the Preuss’ Guenon Monkey population to its original thriving state and stopping deforestation, habitat destruction and poaching. Reducing these threats will help restore the plant and animal life in the area.

Below is a list of a few of the endangered animals we are fighting to protect:

  • Preuss’s Guenon Monkey
  • Cross River Gorilla
  • African Forest Elephant
  • Nigerian-Cameroon Chimpanzee
  • Black-capped Woodland-Warbler
  • Grey-necked Rockfowl
  • Grey Parrot
  • Golden Greenbul

Yes, the Centre will open its gates to visitors and campers from November 2018. For more information on our camp programmes please click here.

Yes, from March 2018 volunteers will be welcome to the Centre. The volunteer programme will run from 2 to 12 weeks. Volunteers from all over the world will be given the opportunity to aid the Centre through advocacy, community conservation, research works and the campers. Please click here for more information.

  • Understanding species behaviour and ecology
  • Species conservation
  • Population management
  • Evaluating methodologies for control
  • Understanding the role of wildlife in disease transmission

Obudu Conservation Centre acts a supporting body to facilities, institutions and researchers. The Centre also collects, analyses and publishes our findings on the area which aids and propels our understanding of the region.

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