One of the ways for protecting mountain gorillas is by going for gorilla trekking, when you buy gorilla permits part of the money is allocated to the local communities living around gorilla national parks. Locals have given up on poaching mountain gorillas because they also benefiting from gorilla trekking.
One can protect mountain gorillas by not going for gorilla trekking when they are feeling sick or have a fever, mountain gorillas are susceptible to human diseases and these diseases can easily kill them so this has been avoided by not allowing sick people to trek mountain gorillas.
You can also protect mountain gorillas by donating money to organizations protecting mountain gorillas on ground but before donating money to any organizations you must evaluate if the organization is real and not fake.
You can also participate in fundraising campaigns or organize fundraising campaigns to raise money for mountain gorillas, this can help gorilla conserving organizations with their work.
You can save mountain gorillas by telling friends and family about the endangered mountain gorillas, you can tell them about the efforts being made on the conservation of these great apes.
One of the ways for protecting mountain gorillas is by doing other activities within the park apart from gorilla trekking, you can go for cultural encounters, visit the people and support the locals by buying items like handmade crafts and many more.
One can protect mountain gorillas by refusing to buy products made of wild animal parts and report to national parks when you see or hear about someone selling a wild animal, this will deteriorate market for the sellers and will give up on poaching.
You can also protect mountain gorillas by choosing to trek with a tour company that gives part of the income they earn from gorilla trekking to the gorilla conserving organizations.