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Three Amigos!

On Tuesday morning, three of our PRM team from Camp Nles Mamse – Luy, Cohel and Valerie – headed toward the phenology transect 2 in search of Belinda, a female orangutan we released in July this year. A few days prior, the team had spotted Belinda as they were returning to camp.


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BREAKING: New Species of Orangutan Discovered in Sumatra!

Researchers have identified a new species of orangutan in an isolated forest on the Indonesian island of Sumatra. Fewer than 800 individuals remain, and the construction of a dam and road threaten the prime habitat of the ape, which is distinguished from its cousins by, among other things, frizzier..

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Close Encounters of the Ape Kind

On a sunny Friday, our PRM team from Camp Lesik trailed down Bukit Titin transect to conduct observations on Elisa, a female orangutan released in March this year. Our team that day included Usup, Rere, and Valerie; we headed directly to the location where Elisa’s signal was detected several days..

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Two Rescues in Two Days

The BOS team rescued two infant Orangutans one male aged 6-8 months and one female aged 3 years in Central Kalimantan within two days. The team and took the infants to Nyaru Menteng, reporting that one (the male) is severely dehydrated and malnourished.

The foundation..

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Denovo Designs on fundraising for the Orangutans

It was just your average, saucepan-grey, autumn weekend.

The Denovo Design architectural crew had downed pencils and dispersed across Liverpool City Centre (and surrounding areas!), and were chilling with friends and families after a busy working week. Nothing unusual..

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BOS Foundation readies 10 Orangutans for Release

Today, BOS Foundation officially commenced activities on a new, 82.84 hectare orangutan pre-release island in Wahau Sub-District, East Kutai Regency, East Kalimantan. The utilisation of the island has been made possible through cooperation between BOS Foundation and..

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