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News - May 2019

Our team in Indonesia rescues mother and baby orangutan from forest fragment

30th May 2019

Our team in Indonesia has carried out the rescue and translocation of a mother and baby orangutan stranded in a fragment of forest in West Borneo. The operation was carried out by members of the West Kalimantan Natural Resources Conservation Centre (BKSDA), the Office of Gunung Palung National Park... read more »

Dasha and her cubs taste freedom back in the mountains of Armenia

21st May 2019

A female brown bear that was kept caged for years on a riverbank has returned to freedom along with her two young cubs. Syrian brown bear Dasha and cubs Coco and Luka were released high in the Armenian mountains by our team alongside our partners, Foundation for the Preservation of Wildlife and... read more »

Rescue of Orangutan Riam

17th May 2019

We have saved the life of a young orangutan in West Borneo that was trapped in a fragmented area of land surrounded by roads and community housing.The rescue operation was carried out after residents from Riam Berasap Village in North Kayong Regency reported the presence of orangutans in their... read more »

Sign our petition to end suffering of three caged bears

14th May 2019

As part of our ‘Great Bear Rescue’ campaign, we have launched a petition to rescue three bears locked behind bars at a restaurant in Armenia. The owner uses the three caged bears to attract visitors and tourists to his restaurant – and, in spite of criticism and complaints from local animal lovers... read more »

We have been shortlisted for the Charity Awards 2019!

9th May 2019

We have made the shortlist for this year’s Charity Awards, the longest-running and most prestigious awards scheme in the charity sector.We have been shortlisted in the ‘Environment and conservation’ category for our reforestation project in Borneo, which aims to protect critically endangered... read more »

Thirty-one Javan slow lorises take the next steps on the road to freedom

9th May 2019

Thirty-one Javan slow lorises that have undergone treatment and rehabilitation at our Primate Rehabilitation Centre in Bogor, West Java, are now ready to be released back to their natural habitat in Gunung Sawal Wildlife Reserve (SMGS) and the Conservation Forest Masigit-Kareumbi, Bandung, West... read more »

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