A Ngong boy making a mat with reeds of the Elaeis guineensis (oil palm) species (JKM, 2009).

Larvae of Rhynchophorus phoenicis are very appreciated for their high protein value. People sometimes kill young palm to accelerate the decay of the trunk and to obtain these larvae. The Ngong use the cocoon of these larvae as a medicine against stomach ache (JMK 2006).

Nsong hunter exhibiting his equipment (JKM, 2006)

Nsong women pounding Tephrosia vogelii leaves to be used as poison for collective fishing (JKM, 2006).

Fish caught through collective fishing using poison from Tephrosia vogelii, (JKM, 2006)
Traps (Nsong: losung) used for catching rats (JKM, 2006)

Nsong man climbing an oil palm to cut palm nuts and extract palm wine (JKM, 2007)

Joseph Koni Muluwa and Ngong chief Kimweta Kingolo during fieldwork in 2009 (JKM, 2009)

A Nsong child pounding maize in Kabamba village (JKM, 2006)

Joseph Koni Muluwa doing ethno-biological fieldwork amongst the Mbuun in Mampungu village (JKM, 2006)

Old Nsong symbols of power (bells, adze, axe) (JKM, 2006).

Joseph Koni Muluwa doing fieldwork with the Mbuun chief Okwib or Mukubi on Mbuun stories in Mampungu village (JKM, 2006).

Nsong men building a canoe from Kabamba wood (JKM, 2009)