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News - February 2017

Our team in Indonesia returns ten slow lorises to freedom in the rainforest

28th February 2017

A team from our Primate Rescue and Rehabilitation Centre in Bogor, Java, along with local wildlife officials and volunteers, have returned ten slow lorises to their natural habitat in the Mount Sawal Wildlife Reserve in Ciamis, West Java.The release was carried out on 18 February by a team from... read more »

Tiny bear cub is rescued in India after his mother is killed by poachers

23rd February 2017

Our partners Wildlife SOS have rescued a ten week old bear cub in India after he was found clinging to his dying mother on the edge of a tiger reserve in India.The mother bear had been electrocuted by a high voltage wire rigged up by poachers on the edge of Sanjay-Dubri Tiger Reserve, in Sidhi... read more »

Another Baby Orangutan Rescued from Life as a Pet

21st February 2017

In conjunction with the Natural Resources Conservation Centre, Regional Conservation Section 1, Ketapang (BKSDA), our team has rescued a baby orangutan from the village of Air Hitam Besar in the district of Kendawangan, Ketapang.The baby, a female of about seven months old, was in the home of a... read more »

Conservation Camp and Afterschool Program with “Pongo Rangers”

20th February 2017

Afterschool program is an initiation of educational environment activities from IAR Indonesia that has been running four months in the village of Pematang Gadung. In that time, the Pongo Rangers (the call for middle school kids who follow afterschool program) has been carrying out various types of... read more »

Baby howler monkey is rescued after her mother is electrocuted

17th February 2017

A baby howler monkey orphaned when her mother was electrocuted is in the care of Nosara’s Refuge for Wildlife in Costa Rica and gradually recovering from her traumatic experience.IAR has recently joined forces with Refuge for Wildlife to help raise awareness and funds for their vital work rescuing... read more »

Twenty Javan Slow Lorises are returned to freedom in the wild

10th February 2017

In cooperation with the Centre for Conservation and Natural Resources (BKSDA) in West Java and the Halimun Salak National Park, the team from our Rescue and Rehabilitation Centre in Indonesia recently released twenty Critically Endangered Javan slow lorises into Halimun Salak National Park,... read more »

Recently Rescued Orangutan, Boyna, Starts Baby School

3rd February 2017

A baby orangutan rescued by our team in Indonesia has just completed her time in quarantine and started baby school. Boyna was rescued from AIR Hitam Hilir Village, Kendawangan District, Ketapang Regency.She is a female orangutan of about one year old who had been kept as a pet since she was just a... read more »

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