Orangutans released in Bukit Batikap

February 2012

5 semi-wild orangutans:

Astrid, Monic, Tantri, Tarzan

March 2012

11 semi-wild orangutans:

Tata, Mama Tata, Ompong, Ben Jagur, Bunga, Kali, Heldy, Jojo, Komeng, Yaya, Ika.

August 2012

8 semi-wild orangutans:

Sempung, Sumbing, Jessica, Maradona, Abam, Onceng, Mama Ebol, Ebol.

October-November 2012

8 semi-wild orangutans:

Gusti, Iyos, Kopi, Giant, Paluy, Gundul, Jamal, Mangkutub.

13 rehabilitated orangutans:

Gadis, Garu, Leonora, Lamar, Emen, Embong, Sifa, Sifa, Chanel, Charlie, Menteng, Jamiat, Terusan.

February 2013

5 semi-wild orangutans:

Rachmad, Darsi, Mexa, Klowor, Edwan.

15 rehabilitated orangutans:

Lesta, Lewis, Dagoy, Debby, Markisa, Uli, Centil, Ross, Danur, Isis, Manggo, James, Mogok, Alibaba, Lupita.

August 2013

18 rehabilitated orangutans:

Arun, Lulu, Ubai, Bonet, Mama Mozzy, Myzo, Bule, Max, Uban, Tehang, Matilda, Georgina, Astria, Mita, Mongki, Lone, Nielsen, Monmon.

November 2013

17 rehabilitated orangutans:

Shelli, Forest, Inung, Ina, Indah, Cindy, Riwut, Cilik, Mandra, Nopi, Nicky, Zona, Daisy, Bertha, Lolin, Komo and Boy.

February 2014

20 rehabilitated orangutans:

Jane, Jiro, Jojang, Kitty, Kate, Zena, William, Dita, Halt, Judy, Son, Jupiter, Julfa, Joys, Hamlet, Mercury, Reno, Manisha, Noor, Sarita.

April 2014

12 rehabilitated orangutans:

Slamet, Kiki, Hardi, Kacio, Olympia, Trold, Bonita, Sella, Miss Owen, Omego, Wardah og Cuplis.

February 2015

5 rehabilitated orangutans:

Maha, Jatihan, Compost, Dewi and Mentos.

September 2015

4 semi-wild orangutans

Wombat, Mardianto, Sigi, Benjol

15 rehabilitated orangutans

Chiki, Afri, Nora, Jamba, Jamartin, Meklies, Meklias, Mawar, Mumpuni, Sumeh, Sawung, Gembira, Didik, Cheetah, Samba

April 2016

3 semi-wild orangutans

Sofi, Belli, Nobri

9 rehabilitated orangutans

Lomon, Suta, Olbert, Gina, Zakia, Olivia, Sule, Kevin, Ella

 


Semi-wild or rehabilitated?

Orangutans that have arrived at Nyaru Menteng when they were little and have gone through Forest School to learn to take care of themselves are called rehabilitated orangutans. When an orangutan is referred to as semi-wild it's because it has come into the center as an adult and only been in medical treatment or has been waiting for a new place to live.


Born in freedom

When orangutans breed, it is a sign that they are settled in their new environment. We know of two births in the vast rainforest area:

  • Astrid became the mother of Astro in December 2012
  • Monica gave birth to Messi in June 2013
  • Kopi gave birth to a baby in April / May 2015 (sex still unknown)
  • Dewi gave birth to a baby in February/marts 2016