Primate Behaviour

Our OuTrop programme is unique among many other primate projects in that we focus our research on three species at the same time, in the same forest: Southern Bornean orangutan…

Orangutan Conservation

Forest Ecology

Understanding the forest itself is crucial for understanding its biodiversity and the benefits it provides. We have a strong tradition of research in this area, with data sets collected over…

Biodiversity

Our biodiversity monitoring research is leading the field in the tropical forests of Kalimantan. These studies have produced extensive data from a number of forest sites that cover most major…

Camera Trap

Our camera trap project started in 2008 as a collaborative project with the Wildlife Conservation Research Unit (WildCRU) at the University of Oxford. This camera trap project gives us an…