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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.

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RUNNING OUT OF SUPPLIES... AND OTHER CHALLENGES!

Working far away from urban areas has its own unique challenges, as our Post-Release Monitoring (PRM) team from Camp Lesik in the Kehje Sewen Forest, East Kalimantan, can attest. Something that our team members regularly experience is running out...

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.

POST-RELEASE MONITORING

A DAY WITH DESI

In early September of last year, our monitoring team conducted nest-to-nest observations on Desi, a female orangutan residing on Juq Kehje Swen Island. The team, consisting of Aluna, Ubay, Rustam, and Erik, had been preparing since the morning to...

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...

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