Archive for January, 2019

What 2018 taught us about the world’s attitude to forests

Another year has passed, and it is time to reflect on the events of the past year. Forest protection and conservation for the benefit of the wild orangutan populations is one of Save the Orangutan’s core missions. A lot has happened both on a global scale and locally in Borneo […]

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Even an orangutan needs some ‘me time’

BOS Foundation’s monitoring team from Camp Totat Jalu observed the released orangutans Compost and Sifa a few months ago. The monitoring is a routine part of the efforts in the Bukit Batikap protected forest, which is used as a release site for rehabilitated orangutans. This curious story reveals that interactions […]

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Update from TNBBBR: Alba is thriving

Alba, the world’s only albino orangutan, was released into the Bukit Baka Bukit Raya National Park (TNBBBR) in Central Kalimantan, Borneo a month ago. The first report from our partner BOS Foundation reveals she is thriving. Alba is doing well in the forest. This is the conclusion on the daily […]

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Food is the Alpa and Omega in the rainforest

Aside from managing reintroductions to the rainforest and monitoring rehabilitated orangutans in the Kehje Sewen forest, BOS Foundation also conducts regular surveys of plants, fruits, and food trees. The surveys are conducted to evaluate whether the rainforest areas can sustain its wildlife, including its orangutans. The surveys are critical to […]

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