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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.

POST-RELEASE MONITORING

THE EARLY BIRD CATCHES THE WORM!

Life in our Post-Release Monitoring (PRM) camps is vastly different from that in urban areas. One major difference is the early morning bustle that routinely goes on way before sunrise. What are our PRM teams doing so early in the morning?

POST-RELEASE MONITORING

MOTHER-DAUGHTER PAIR GRACE US WITH AN APPEARANCE

Locating released orangutans in the forest for behavioural observations involves a combination of hard work and sheer luck. We celebrate these successes, even more, when we are able to find orangutans that have not been observed for a long time

POST-RELEASE MONITORING

A HEALTHY LUNCH DATE

Walking through the forest for hours on end in search of orangutans is indeed a tiring task. Yet, all exhaustion disappears when our hard work pays off and we come across an orangutan, or orangutans! The following is a brief account from last year...

POST-RELEASE MONITORING

BARKING UP THE RIGHT TREE!

As a frugivore, or fruit eater, an orangutan’s diet consists mostly of forest fruits. However, orangutans also eat young leaves, termites, honey, eggs, mushrooms, and young shoots, as well as certain varieties of tree bark...

POST-RELEASE MONITORING

MEETING AGAIN IN KEHJE SEWEN

One of the most enjoyable experiences for our Post-Release Monitoring (PRM) teams is meeting up with orangutans who they have not seen for a long period of time. There is simply nothing more exciting than seeing an “old friend” in good health...

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