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The latest news right here at Borneo Orangutan Survival

A BREATHTAKING RIVER CROSSING

A BREATHTAKING RIVER CROSSING

We have an exciting update about mother orangutan Sayang and her daughter Padma. Our Post-Release Monitoring (PRM) team from Camp Lesik observed...

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A PHENOLOGY DAY MYSTERY

A PHENOLOGY DAY MYSTERY

One of the tasks of the Post-Release Monitoring (PRM) team involves collecting data on the phenology of natural-occurring plant species in orangutan...

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NEWEST RESCUE WAS AN OLD FACE

NEWEST RESCUE WAS AN OLD FACE

When orangutans lose their habitat through deforestation, they must look for food elsewhere. This can cause problems if an orangutan enters a...

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MEET OUR NEW YOUTH AMBASSADOR

MEET OUR NEW YOUTH AMBASSADOR

We are super excited to announce that Jack Dalton, the Kid Conservationist, will join BOS-USA as our first Youth Ambassador! 12-year-old Jack is an...

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COMMON, BUT STILL SPECIAL

COMMON, BUT STILL SPECIAL

The Ficus racemosa or, as it is commonly known, the cluster fig tree can be found growing throughout the Kehje Sewen Forest in East...

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DAVI – THE ADVENTUROUS EATER

DAVI – THE ADVENTUROUS EATER

Davi is nearly seven years old and a student at Samboja Lestari's Forest School, where she continues to learn the skills required to survive in the...

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ORANGUTAN WARRIOR RAHMADI

ORANGUTAN WARRIOR RAHMADI

Please meet one of our orangutan warriors from the Mawas Conservation Program in Central Kalimantan. His name is Rahmadi, and he has worked for the...

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KEEPING RITUALS ALIVE

KEEPING RITUALS ALIVE

In addition to protecting and preserving Bornean orangutans and their habitat, BOS works closely with local communities to help maintain their...

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HAMZAH CRASHES THE PARTY

HAMZAH CRASHES THE PARTY

Earlier this year, our Post-Release Monitoring (PRM) team from Camp Lesik in the Kehje Sewen Forest, East Kalimantan, was observing orangutans when...

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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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Pledge today to watch this insightful video so you know what to look out for the next you see go shopping.

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!