A NEW BABY!

A NEW BABY!

The Kehje Sewen Forest has welcomed a new resident. Following confirmation from our veterinarian in October last year that Lesan was pregnant, we are thrilled to announce that she has since given birth. Lesan was seen last around Camp Lesik at the end of 2022 with an...
UNEXPECTED VISITORS

UNEXPECTED VISITORS

Do you remember Inung and Indie? The Post-Release Monitoring team recently spotted the mother-infant pair near Camp Totat Jalu in the Bukit Batikap Protection Forest, Central Kalimantan. Inung and Indie were observed foraging for cassava and guava. Despite getting...
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, East Kalimantan, can attest. Something the technicians regularly experience is running out of supplies and materials,...
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 pre-release islands in East Kalimantan. The team, consisting of Aluna, Ubay, Rustam, and Erik, had been preparing...
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 enjoyed the cool air as it gently breezed through the thin cloth of my shirt. Suddenly, I heard a voice calling...