We rescue orphaned displaced orangutans on a regular basis and without our intervention, these orangutans would not survive. Many orangutans arrive at a very young age and in a poor condition. In the wild, these orangutans depend on their mothers to learn the necessary skills to survive in the forest. We nurse them back to health and provide a complete rehabilitation process so they can be set free again in a safe natural forest. Protecting orangutans ultimately means protecting their forest home and we manage and protect over 430,000 hectares of natural habitat for orangutans.
Including the Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation in your Will helps us ensure these young orangutans have a future.
Should you include the BOS Foundation in your Will, contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Nyaru Menteng staff, together with students and teachers from Bina Cita Utama (BCU) School in Palangka Raya, Central Kalimantan, celebrated Earth Day 2017Read More
BOS Foundation is dedicated to Bornean orangutan conservation and one of our tasks is to successfully reintroduce orangutans to safe natural habitat where they can establish new viable populations. We aim to give back freedom to as many orangutans as we can and one of the orangutans we reintroduce during this event has made an incredible journey; Wanna was illegally smuggled out of Indonesia to Thailand as a baby, then repatriated to Indonesia in 2006, together with another 47 illegally exported orangutans. These orangutans have been progressing through our rehabilitation program for 11 years. Wanna is now 17 and finally ready to be returned to natural habitat and freedom....read more