Established in 1999, the Orangutan Tropical Peatland Project (OuTrop) aims to understand, protect and restore the Sabangau Forest; home to the largest orangutan population in lowland Borneo and hundreds of other endangered species.
Rainforest: Live is a day of social media activity every year bringing people live wildlife sightings from rainforests across the world. This year the hashtag #rainforestlive reached over 2.5 million people. Join us in 2018!
Our newest programme, the Rungan Orangutan Conservation Programme (ROCP), aims to protect the rich forest of the Rungan Landscape; home to one of the largest orangutan populations found outside of a protected area.
‘The Little Gibbon Who Lost His Song’, published by Borneo Nature Foundation, is now available to buy on Amazon. The book tells the story of Little Gibbon who becomes separated from his family in thick, black smoke from a forest fire. Who will help save the forest? And will Little Gibbon be reunited with his family?
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Sabangau Field Course 2018
Orangutans, like people, use medicinal plants to treat joint and muscle inflammation
Borneo Nature Foundation scientists have been observing wild Bornean orangutans in the Sabangau Forest (Central Kalimantan, Indonesian Borneo) since 2003 and have collected over 20,000 hours of observational data. During…