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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.

POST-RELEASE MONITORING

MY LAST WEEK IN THE KEHJE SEWEN FOREST

After eight months in East Kalimantan, my final week on patrol in the Kehje Sewen Forest as a post-release monitor revealed several updates on the whereabouts and activities of some of the forest’s resident orangutans.

ECOSYSTEM CONSERVATION

CELEBRATING BOS FOUNDATION’S 25TH ANNIVERSARY

This year we reached our 25th year of working in the field of orangutan and habitat conservation in Indonesia. We have learned much during our journey and over a quarter of a century we have rescued over 2,200 displaced or orphaned orangutans.

POST-RELEASE MONITORING

FIVE ORANGUTANS ADAPT WELL IN KEHJE SEWEN FOREST

Our Post-Release Monitoring (PRM) team from Nles Mamse Camp has spent the past few weeks monitoring the five orangutans reintroduced in to the Kehje Sewen Forest on October 19.

ECOSYSTEM CONSERVATION

A REFLECTION: BOS FOUNDATION 25 YEARS CARING FOR ORANGUTANS

Celebrating 25 years of saving Bornean orangutans together with multiple stakeholders. Our success is thanks to joint cooperation with numerous parties, both nationally and internationally. Together we still have much to achieve.

RESCUES

#ORANGUTANCARINGWEEK: HELP US CARE FOR MERYL AND HER FRIENDS

In early January 2015, our Nyaru Menteng team together with BKSDA travelled to Tumbang Jiga village – located in the remote regions of Katingan Regency in Central Kalimantan – after receiving a report that a baby orangutan was being held captive.

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