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...
Exciting birds on our forested islands

Exciting birds on our forested islands

One way to monitor and protect wildlife is through data collection via surveys or censuses. As in previous years, our teams on the pre-release island Juq Kehje Swen in East Kalimantan and the Salat Island Cluster in Central Kalimantan participated in the annual Asian...
A mother’s love is like no other

A mother’s love is like no other

A mother orangutan cares for her offspring like a priceless treasure. Both mother and child will stay together for approximately 7-8 years until the child is ready to live independently. Life is not easy for the mother as she must forage for more food than usual to...
The Vanishing Pangolin

The Vanishing Pangolin

This curious looking and endearing creature is a pangolin, the world’s only scaled mammal and the most trafficked. Shy, nocturnal and defenceless, they are being poached to extinction for traditional Chinese and Vietnamese ‘medicine’ and the cooking...