AN OPEN INVITATION FOR A SECOND CHANCE

AN OPEN INVITATION FOR A SECOND CHANCE

We at BOS have played a part in changing the lives of thousands of orangutans in Indonesia. Our job is not one we have taken on eagerly, but together with the government of Indonesia, we must act to save orangutans from extinction. We would be overjoyed to be out of...
A NEW BABY!

A NEW BABY!

The Kehje Sewen Forest has welcomed a new resident. Following confirmation from our veterinarian in October last year that Lesan was pregnant, we are thrilled to announce that she has since given birth. Lesan was seen last around Camp Lesik at the end of 2022 with an...
UNEXPECTED VISITORS

UNEXPECTED VISITORS

Do you remember Inung and Indie? The Post-Release Monitoring team recently spotted the mother-infant pair near Camp Totat Jalu in the Bukit Batikap Protection Forest, Central Kalimantan. Inung and Indie were observed foraging for cassava and guava. Despite getting...
BIRTH CONTROL FOR ORANGUTANS

BIRTH CONTROL FOR ORANGUTANS

The BOS Foundation is on a mission to release as many ready orangutans as possible from its two rehabilitation centres into the wild, where they can breed naturally in the forest. However, while in a centre, female orangutans are fitted with birth control implants to...
AYU IS GOING TO BE A BIG SISTER!

AYU IS GOING TO BE A BIG SISTER!

Who could forget sweet Ayu, the daughter of Lesan and, probably, Hamzah, who was born in the Kehje Sewen Forest in 2016? Just as she is developing new skills and showing more positive progress, we have news that Ayu will soon become a big sister! This comes after our...