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Orangutans Undergo Annual Routine Health Checks 29, September 2016

Bungan Savours Pot of Honey after Swarm Attack

On a rainy, early morning in the Kehje Sewen Forest, two of our PRM team members from Nles Mamse ...

September 27, 2016

Three More Orangutans Come Into BOS Foundation Care

This year the conservation status of Bornean orangutans was upgraded by IUCN from Endangered to Critically Endangered. This reclassification ...

September 22, 2016

Leonie and Teresa’s Friendship in the Kehje Sewen Forest

Recently, three members from our PRM team in Nles Mamse Camp – Jani, Usup, and Rizal – located Leonie ...

September 20, 2016

Even Brief Journeys Hold Surprises (2 – Finish)

After concluding our release-point survey (Read more story here: Even Brief Journeys Hold Surprises (1)), we joined the PRM ...

September 15, 2016

Chubby Ella Content with Life in Batikap

I am new to Batikap and readily admit to a long-term love of orangutans, which began after I learned ...

September 13, 2016

Even Brief Journeys Hold Surprises (1)

As coordinator of the RHOI Post-Release Monitoring (PRM) team, it is my job to make preparations for the next ...

September 8, 2016

Five Recently Released Orangutans Thriving in the BBBR National Park

Our Post Release Monitoring (PRM) team in the Bukit Baka Bukit Raya (BBBR) National Park in Central Kalimantan has ...

September 6, 2016

New Hope for Land Destroyed by Failed Rice Project

Fire, encroachment, and the clearing of land for agricultural use are the biggest threats to Borneo’s forests and the ...

September 1, 2016

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