A More Independent Sayang

A few days ago, we spotted a movement at the top of a tree near Camp Lesik. As we approached, we found out that it was Sayang, the daughter of Yayang. She was alone which means Sayang has become an independent orangutan

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The New Kids on the Block

Otan, Meryl, Momot, and Valentino are all now new residents our our care and these are their stories.

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Span, Favourite Hangout Spot in Kehje Sewen

In the RHOI-managed Kehje Sewen forest, there is a favourite site for all the animals. It is called mineral lick or locally known as span.

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A Successful Release and a Busy March for Tarzan

On the 28th February, four new orangutans (Mentos, Compost, Dewi, and Jatihan) were released into the wild in the Batikap protected forest area. From day one, Mentos and Jatihan seemed to pair up, also sometimes joined by Noor – a female released a year earlier

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NYARU MENTENG 11th ORANGUTAN RELEASE CANDIDATE PROFILES

Welcoming the Earth Day on 22nd April, BOSF will release another 8 orangutans to Bukit Batikap Conservation Forest, Central Kalimantan

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The Look of Casey, Lesan, Hamzah, and Mona

This week we encountered four released orangutans in Kehje Sewen. They are Casey, Lesan, Hamzah, and Mona. How happy we feel for having the opportunity of bumping into memorable glances.

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Welcome to the Island!

Recently, 25 orangutans from the BOS Foundation program at Nyaru Menteng started their new life on two of our pre-release islands, Bangamat and Kaja.

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Visiting the Dayak Punan Village

Between their busy schedule, the post release monitoring (PRM) team at Kehje Sewen, East Kalimantan took time to visit the Dayak Punan community in Muara Soh.

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Saving Meryl

The baby orangutan was found in a very poor condition. She was weak and thin. The owner put her in a lanjung, a Dayak traditional bag made of plaited rattan, usually for carrying crops or firewood.

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Island 6’s New Look

The reconstruction of Island 6 is finally complete. After 5 months of hard work, we have installed a new platform for orangutans to rest on, as well as several rubber ropes and new barrels for them to play with.

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A More Independent Sayang 24, April 2015
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The New Kids on the Block

A huge number of orphaned or displaced orangutans have come through our centers over the years and despite the significant […]

April 21, 2015
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Span, Favourite Hangout Spot in Kehje Sewen

When we talk about forest, we would also discuss about its various functions: the habitat for millions of flora and […]

April 17, 2015
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A Successful Release and a Busy March for Tarzan

On the 28th February, four new orangutans (Mentos, Compost, Dewi, and Jatihan) were released into the wild in the Batikap […]

April 15, 2015
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NYARU MENTENG 11th ORANGUTAN RELEASE CANDIDATE PROFILES

Welcoming the Earth Day on 22nd April, BOSF will release another 8 orangutans to Bukit Batikap Conservation forest, Central Kalimantan. […]

April 15, 2015
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The Look of Casey, Lesan, Hamzah, and Mona

This week we encountered four released orangutans in Kehje Sewen. They are Casey, Lesan, Hamzah, and Mona. How happy we […]

April 9, 2015
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