Biodiversity in the Sebangau National Park Peat-swamp Forest

Written by Abi Gwynn (Research student from University of Exeter) Some may say that at this time of year, Sebangau National Park is at its most beautiful. A watery red carpet covers the forest floor concealing the network of tangled roots underfoot. Sebangau’s flooded forest is a highly important peat swamp; the largest unfragmented area […]

Tree planting in village schools with BNF

Written by Dwi Riyan (BNF Education Manager) Reforestation is one of the important conservation activities delivered by BNF. As well as our reforestation programme in Sebangau Forest, we have initiated tree planting sessions in schools in the village of Mungku Baru. Mungku Baru is located in the Rungan Landscape; 150,000 hectares of rich forest, home […]