The gorillas that inhabit the forest of western Cameroon are believed to belong to the Cross River gorilla sub-species of the western lowland gorillas. They are considered to be the most threatened of all the African primates and at the same time one of the 25 most threatened species of mammals in the world as published by the IUCN. They have been discovered to be homed in two of the six blocks of the Lebialem-Mone Forest Highlands (LMFL) namely; the Bechati-Fossimondi-Besali Forest block and the Bechati-Mone Forest corridor. Further bio-monitoring surveys are ongoing between the Bechati-Fossimondi-Besali Forest block, the Bechati-Mone Forest corridor and the Mone Forest Reserve. This is in order to establish the genetic connectivity between the larger population in the Takamanda Forest complex and the Bechati-Fossimondi-Besali forest gorilla sub-population. Limited surveys have been conducted in the UFA11002, Nkong and Bangang forests as well as the Mak-Betchou forests without any conclusive evidence of their presence. Further surveys will be conducted henceforth.