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We are working hard to protect the Bornean orangutan and its habitat for future generations. Here are some of the ways we've helped develop a world where orangutans and nature thrive.

FOREST SCHOOL

WHERE ARE YOU, BUMI?

It was another happy day at Nyaru Menteng’s Forest School, with the Group 4 students located near the wooden bridge used to access the area on foot. In the space beneath the bridge, where thick vegetation covers the forest floor, curious Bumi...

FOREST SCHOOL

EATING IN PEACE

At the Nyaru Menteng Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre in Central Kalimantan, a variety of forest foods are available for orangutans to feast upon, like young stems, leaves, bark, termites, and wild fruits. The ability to locate, identify, and...

FOREST SCHOOL

LOVELY MUD-BATH TIME!

On a scorching day in February at Nyaru Menteng’s Forest School in Central Kalimantan, some students from Group 4 discovered the ultimate way to cool down. Monte was the first to find a refreshing mud puddle nearby and without wasting any time...

FOREST SCHOOL

DAVI THE ADVENTUROUS EATER!

Davi is nearly seven years old and a student at Samboja Lestari’s Forest School, where she continues to learn the skills required to survive in the wild. Davi practices daily how to find food, build nests, and recognise dangers in the forest.

FOREST SCHOOL

PEER LESSON: HOW TO OPEN FOOD ENRICHMENT

When orangutans are out and about in Forest School at the Nyaru Menteng Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre in Central Kalimantan, they are provided with food-based enrichment items that prompt them to explore, discover, and extract food.

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