Located in Central African Republic, the National Park Bamingui-Bangoran covers an area of 1,622,000 has and is the first park to be created to protect the black rhino. Its landscapte is composed of a mosaic of Sudano-Guinean savannah with dry forest and woodlands.

Declaration Date: 1979
Surface Area: 1,622,000 ha
Administrative Division: Sous Préfecture de Bamingui

Ecological Characteristics

  • Shrubby savannah and woodland savannah
  • Grassland savannah
  • Dry forest alternating with Kaga
  • Mining camps

Human Activities

  • Hunting
  • Fishing
  • Subsistence Agriculture
  • Transhumance
  • Gathering

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                                                                                           Last updated : August 2011

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