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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.

ORANGUTAN REINTRODUCTION

HOW TO MAKE BABY ORANGUTANS 101

All living things, including orangutans, have the drive to meet their biological needs: the need for water, oxygen, food, and shelter – and the opportunity to reproduce. When it comes to wild orangutans, who live a semi-solitary life...

ORANGUTAN REINTRODUCTION

SIGNE, MOTHER AND TEACHER

An overcast sky provided the perfect atmosphere for a relaxing afternoon at Camp Nles Mamse. While resting in a swaying hammock, I read a book and I enjoyed the cool air as it gently breezed through the thin cloth of my shirt.

ORANGUTAN REINTRODUCTION

AGUS ENJOYING NEW SCENERY

Agus is a large, cheek-padded male orangutan who was released in the Kehje Sewen Forest in 2013. With a body condition score in the normal range and big frame covered in long hair, Agus has thrived since returning to this natural habitat...

ORANGUTAN REINTRODUCTION

A FIGHT, FOLLOWED BY A PARTY!

Our Post-Release Monitoring (PRM) team in the Bukit Baka Bukit Raya National Park (TNBBBR) in Central Kalimantan, were happy to spot several orangutans together in a ‘party’ during observations in April of last year.

ORANGUTAN REINTRODUCTION

JANU AND SUSI’S RELATIONSHIP BLOOMS

In the Bukit Baka Bukit Raya National Park, Central Kalimantan, we, the Post-Release Monitoring (PRM) team, have many responsibilities. One of our most regular tasks is to find orangutans and observe their behaviour. We use radio tracking technology.

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