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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.

ECOSYSTEM CONSERVATION

MIGRATORY GUESTS AT CAMP LESIK

The Kehje Sewen Rainforest in East Kalimantan is rich in diverse species of flora and fauna that live in harmony, side by side. It is hard to not be amazed by the magnificence and beauty found within this ecosystem, and rarely-seen species that...

RELEASES

CANDIDATES FOR 40th ORANGUTAN RELEASE FROM NYARU MENTENG

Ben was born in a clinic at the BOS Foundation’s Nyaru Menteng Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre on May 20, 2010. Sadly, Ben’s rescued orangutan mother, Nanga, could not take care of him, so our team had to make the difficult decision to separate...

RELEASES

THE NOT-SO-SIMPLE TASK OF RELEASING ORANGUTANS

The culmination of an orangutan’s rehabilitation journey is the release of that orangutan into a protected, natural habitat. Reintroduction is a long process that encompasses education in Forest School and putting skills into practice on a...

RESCUES

FROM DRESSES TO JUNGLE: ANOTHER BABY RESCUED IN EAST KUTAI

The BOS Foundation’s Samboja Lestari Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre recently took in another baby orangutan from the BKSDA Regional Conservation Division (SKW) II of Tenggarong. Our team - consisting of a veterinarian, surrogate mother, and...

POST-RELEASE MONITORING

YOUNG ORANGUTANS LIKE TO ‘PARTY’

As semi-solitary individuals, orangutans are known to form close social relationships from time to time, even in the wild. Recently, we published a story titled ‘An Orangutan “Party”’, which described how orangutans spend time together in the forest.

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