RESEARCH AT TUANAN KICKS BACK INTO GEAR

RESEARCH AT TUANAN KICKS BACK INTO GEAR

In this update from the field, we are thrilled to introduce you to the work being conducted at the Tuanan Orangutan Research Station of the Mawas Conservation Area, located in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia. The Tuanan Orangutan Research Program has been researching...
A BEAUTIFUL FAMILY

A BEAUTIFUL FAMILY

Meet little Ayu, her mum Lesan and her dad Hamzah. All three are living in the Kehje Sewen Forest in East Kalimantan. Lesan is a rehabilitated orphan we released ten years ago, and Ayu is her wild-born daughter. We released Lesan at the same time as Hamzah, and...
GINA’S ANTICS

GINA’S ANTICS

Thanks to your incredible support, the BOS Foundation Post Release Monitoring (PRM) team in the Bukit Batikap Protection Forest continues to monitor orangutans and collect data from the camera traps, and it is always exciting to see the results. We are delighted to...
SAYANG AND PADMA SURPRISE OUR TEAM

SAYANG AND PADMA SURPRISE OUR TEAM

Recently, our Post-Release Monitoring (PRM) team from Camp Lesik, in the northern part of the Kehje Sewen Forest, East Kalimantan, conducted a routine phenology survey. Phenology involves observing how living things respond to changes in the seasons and climate of the...
LET THE SUNSHINE IN

LET THE SUNSHINE IN

Saving orangutans also means protecting their rainforest homes and fighting climate change. To reduce our carbon footprint, BOS Australia and BOS Switzerland, together with the BOS Foundation, built a new solar system at our Samboja Lestari rehabilitation centre...