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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...
KEMBARA AND ITS ENCHANTING BLUE WINGS

KEMBARA AND ITS ENCHANTING BLUE WINGS

One of the butterflies found near Camp Nles Mamse recently immediately caught the attention of our Post-Release Monitoring (PRM) team. Our team spotted the butterfly after it touched down on a kinikir flower (Cosmos caudatus). The blue-patterned butterfly is in the...
FLEUR LOVES HER SERENE SOLITUDE

FLEUR LOVES HER SERENE SOLITUDE

Fleur is a sun bear who started her journey with the BOS Foundation at the Nyaru Menteng Rehabilitation Centre. However, on May 8, 2018, was transferred to more sun bear-appropriate facilities at the Samboja Lestari Rehabilitation Centre alongside of six other sun...
MIMICRY AND MELODY IN THE FOREST 

MIMICRY AND MELODY IN THE FOREST 

The white-rumped shama (Copsychus malabaricus), also known as the shama thrush, is a small, but beautiful bird which belongs to the Muscicapidae family. It measures approximately 27 cm in length and boasts eye-catching feathers with a long, trailing tail. These birds...