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OUR LATEST STORIES

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...

ECOSYSTEM CONSERVATION

THE OLIVE-BACKED WOODPECKER: NATURE’S CLEVER WOODCARVER

One sunny morning, our Post-Release Monitoring (PRM) team was greeted in the forest by a chorus of birds, welcoming the new day. Among the various different tweets, chirps, and whistles came a very different sound, shifting the focus of our...

RESCUES

THREE NEW ARRIVALS, THREE MORE CHANCES FOR FREEDOM

The BOS Foundation recently received three, orphaned baby orangutans - two males and a female – in the same month. After passing the compulsory quarantine period, all three orangutans joined Forest School with other youngsters their age...

ECOSYSTEM CONSERVATION

JAKAI: THE LUNGLESS FROG OF TNBBBR

The presence of orangutans in Bukit Baka Bukit Raya National Park (TNBBBR) has had a positive impact on many species of fauna and flora in the forest. As an umbrella species, the existence of orangutans in a forest contributes to the...

ECOSYSTEM CONSERVATION

HOW BUTTERFLIES HELP ORANGUTANS

Butterflies, known for their natural beauty and colourful wings, belong to the order Lepidoptera. The name comes from the Greek words for wing, pteron, and for scales, lepido, the physical feature for which butterflies are known.

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