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TEMON OVERCOMING HER TRAUMA

TEMON OVERCOMING HER TRAUMA

This year, our Nyaru Menteng Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre has taken in several traumatised, orphaned orangutans, including the young female...

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WHO WILL BE NUMBER 500?

WHO WILL BE NUMBER 500?

While we are preparing for the release of the 500th orangutan, please get to know the lucky ones that will enjoy their well-deserved freedom soon....

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ANOTHER RESCUE

ANOTHER RESCUE

The BOS Foundation’s Samboja Lestari Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre recently took in another baby orangutan from the BKSDA Regional Conservation...

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CHALLENGING FOREST LIFE

CHALLENGING FOREST LIFE

Working far away from urban areas has its unique challenges, as our Post-Release Monitoring (PRM) team from Camp Lesik in the Kehje Sewen Forest,...

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WHERE ARE YOU, BUMI?

WHERE ARE YOU, BUMI?

It was another happy day at Nyaru Menteng's Forest School, with the Group 4 students located near the wooden bridge used to access the area on foot....

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AYU, GROWING UP AND BOLD

AYU, GROWING UP AND BOLD

6-year-old Ayu was born in the wild to the rehabilitated orangutans Lesan and Hamzah (presumed), who were both released in the Kehje Sewen Forest a...

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A DAY WITH DESI

A DAY WITH DESI

Recently, our monitoring team conducted nest-to-nest observations on Desi, a female orangutan residing on Juq Kehje Sewen, one of BOS Foundation's...

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HOW TO MAKE BABY ORANGUTANS 101

HOW TO MAKE BABY ORANGUTANS 101

All living things, including orangutans, have the drive to meet their biological needs: water, oxygen, food, shelter – and the opportunity to...

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SIGNE, MOTHER AND TEACHER

SIGNE, MOTHER AND TEACHER

An overcast sky provided the perfect atmosphere for a relaxing afternoon at Camp Nles Mamse. While resting in a swaying hammock, I read a book and...

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Consider Adoption

Would you like to support one of our orangutans currently in our care? If so then you can symbolically adopt through our very popular adoption program. Benefits include:

  • Receive an adoption pack
  • Get regular updates on their progress
  • Plus much more.....

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A real adventure awaits

A unique opportunity to help protect and preserve a vulnerable species, while enjoying the benefits of yoga and meditation where proceeds from the trip costs go directly to The Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation.

  • A private tour of our Orangutan Sanctuary
  • 3 delicious, organic meals a day
  • Daily yoga & wellness classes and workshops

And much more!