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RAYMOND’S JOURNEY

RAYMOND’S JOURNEY

An orangutan named Raymond has been causing disturbances in Pelangsiran transit settlement, worrying locals and prompting our Post-Release Monitoring (PRM) team to take swift action. Translocation is the act of relocating an orangutan who is at risk, which often comes...
ARE ORANGUTANS EMPATHETIC?

ARE ORANGUTANS EMPATHETIC?

It was a usual day at the Nyaru Menteng forest school, where young orangutans were learning from one another while their human surrogate mothers looked on from below. The treetop lessons are only interrupted momentarily for supplementary food breaks, but on this day,...
BEES TAKE OVER CAMP NLES MAMSE

BEES TAKE OVER CAMP NLES MAMSE

Sweet, flavourful, and nutritious, honey is beloved by nearly everyone, but the same cannot be said for bees. As the season for bees comes to Camp Nles Mamse, our post-release monitoring (PRM) team must be on high alert. The forest bees flying around Camp Nles Mamse...
THE TALE OF SUCI’S RESILIENCE

THE TALE OF SUCI’S RESILIENCE

Our Post-Release Monitoring (PRM) team at Camp Himba Pambelum in Bukit Baka Bukit Raya National Park (TNBBBR), Central Kalimantan, encountered Suci, a young female orangutan, three times back in 2023. This healthy orangutan was spotted enjoying her days in the Rangan...
THE ENIGMATIC BROWN WOOD OWL

THE ENIGMATIC BROWN WOOD OWL

The brown wood owl (Strix leptogrammica) is one of the intriguing members of the Strigidae family that inhabits the tropical forests of South and Southeast Asia. Known for its striking physical features and distinctive calls, this owl has captured the attention of...
KOPRAL: HEALING MORE EVERYDAY

KOPRAL: HEALING MORE EVERYDAY

Kopral has been receiving treatment at the clinic since April 2023 due to wounds on the sole of his right foot and fungus between his toes. However, due to the renovations and expansion of the orangutan clinic, the treatment cage area has become exposed. On June 7th,...