In Chinko, years of active conservation management have allowed us to progressively expand the area of conservation from 5,100 km2 in 2017 to more than 24,000 km2 in 2023, resulting in increased sightings of rare wildlife species. These iconic species will add to the attraction of Chinko for tourists, both local and international.
Camp Chinko has completed its second season of catch-and-release sport fishing on the Chinko River; seven goliath tigerfish were successfully caught and released after taking samples and measurements, as part of a study on the population dynamics of these predatory fish. The camp employed six staff from surrounding communities.
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