At 4,000-square-kilometers, Gorongosa National Park is one of the world's great wildlife preserves, featuring spectacular flora and fauna, a looming mountain peak, and sweeping grasslands and forests. Sadly, the ecosystem was profoundly stressed by the civil conflict that swept through the region in the 1980s, and many species, especially large mammals, are only just beginning to recover. The E.O. Wilson Biodiversity Foundation is situated at the heart of the preserve. It's mission, to educate a new generation of Mozambican scientists and preservation managers, is both practical and inspiring. Readers should start by watching a five-minute introductory video that outlines the project. Sections to explore include an overview of the park, explanations of biological monitoring, notes on the education of local experts, and a news blog. Beautiful videos and explanatory text are offered throughout.