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19th February 2020

A mother and baby orangutan are the latest victims of forest fires to be rescued in West Borneo, while a large male that was with them was left behind until a later date.After previously rescuing dozens of orangutans after fires in Ketapang Regency in 2019, our team, alongside the West Kalimantan... read more »


5th February 2020

In spite of a recent reduction in the number of forest and land fires in Ketapang Regency, West Borneo, the survival of orangutans remains under threat. Illegal mining and logging also pose a serious threat by damaging forests and natural habitats.Our team, in collaboration with the Wildlife Rescue... read more »

Rescued starving orangutan recovers and is returned to the rainforest by our team

29th January 2020

A starving orangutan that was rescued after fire destroyed her forest home in West Borneo has been returned to the wild after treatment and care in our rehabilitation centre. Epen, as the orangutan was named by our rescue team, has been reintroduced into the protected forest of Gunung Tarak (Mount... read more »

Our team in Indonesia have rescued a sun bear caught in a snare!

23rd January 2020

A sun bear in Borneo that had to have its leg amputated after being caught in a snare has been restored to health and returned to the wild by our team.The bear was caught after a resident of Sungai Nanjung village, in the District of Matan Hilir South, Ketapang, West Borneo, set a snare because he... read more »

We have rescued and translocated a mother orangutan and her baby

16th January 2020

A mother and baby orangutan have been rescued and relocated after fire destroyed their forest home in West Borneo. They are the first orangutans to be rescued in the Ketapang area of West Borneo this year. Data gathered by our Orangutan Protection Unit (OPU) has shown that the number of human-... read more »

Tiny slow loris baby rescued

9th January 2020

A baby slow loris found alone in a residential garden in West Java has been rescued and taken to safety. Our team, alongside a rescue team from the BBKSDA, (the Balai Besar Natural Resources Conservation Agency) came to the aid of the tiny Javan slow loris.The loris was found in a garden in... read more »

Ten Javan slow lorises are poised to return to freedom

13th December 2019

Ten rescued Javan slow lorises that have received treatment and care at a primate rehabilitation centre in Bogor, West Java are poised for release back into their natural habitat.At the end of November they were moved from our Primate Centre at the foot of Mount Salak in Bogor to a habituation... read more »


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