As part of the Community
Forest Biodiversity Project (CFBP) which is funded by the
French government WAPCA is aiming to develop a small-scale ecotourism
initiative. The Cape Three Points Forest Reserve was identified as a
potential location for this development.
In 2006 the
French biologist Dr. Sylvain Gatti started collecting data on the
threatened primate species in four forest sites. In the following years
he surveyed the areas to evaluate the status and to improve the
protection of endangered primates. His study is part of the "Community
Forest Biodiversity Project".